SAO PAULO, Brazil, April 22 (Reuters) - Metalworkers went on strike indefinitely on Tuesday at a General Motors Corp. plant and a Renault auto factory in Brazil, paralyzing production at both sites. Some 5,000 workers at GM's Sao Jose dos Campos plant and another 2,500 at Renault's Sao Jose dos Pinhais factory launched the strike to push for higher wages to compensate for rising inflation, union officials said. In addition to a 10.38 percent wage increase, GM workers are demanding the ...
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