BRAZIL: Worried GM line workers stage 24-hour strike
Ongoing industrial niggle over General Motors' Brazil's decision to build the new Chevrolet Spin at São Caetano do Sul (Greater São Paulo) rather than the São José dos Campos plant, where the previous generation Meriva and Zafira are made, led to a 24-hour strike this week to protest dwindling output on an assembly line where workers fear for the future of 1,500 jobs.
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