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All of Brazil’s 230,000 automotive industry workers were back on the job after a 54-day strike that ended without a new contract but with agreement to abide by a labor-court ruling on wage levels. The 13,000 workers at the Ford plant in San Bernardo do Campo, the last holdouts in the strike, voted to return to work after the company offered to make advance payments on wages this month and to make severance payments to dismissed workers.


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