By Paulo Winterstein
SAO PAULO—As many as 7,500 General Motors Co. (GM) workers in Brazil may go on strike as soon as Monday should their union not come to an agreement with the car maker over a production line in the city of Sao Jose dos Campos.
Members of the metalworkers union of Sao Jose dos Campos approved on Thursday plans to strike, and may stop work after the mandatory 48-hour notice period expires over the weekend. The union has said that GM plans to shut down its passenger-car assembly line in the city, which employs 1,500 workers.
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