Denso (Guangzhou Nansha), a joint-venture factory operated in part by Japanese auto parts maker Denso (6902.TYO) has agreed to a pay rise for workers to end a labor dispute, Reuters reported. Workers at the Guangdong plant had left production lines last Monday to press for more wages and benefits. The company agreed to give workers raises of RMB800-900 (US$117-132) on top of existing salaries of RMB1,100-1,300 (US$162-191). Production resumed last Friday. The labor action forced auto maker Toyota (7203.TYO) to halt production last Tuesday. Honda Motor (7267.TYO) also had its supply of fuel injection components constrained.
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