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The National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa), the country’s largest trade union with more than 400,000 members, said on Wednesday that it is demanding wage increases of up to 20% in the multibillion-rand automotive industry.

Numsa general secretary Irvin Jim, responding to Business Day’s questions after a media briefing in Boksburg on Wednesday, said it has already had three sessions with the Automobile Manufacturers Employers Organisation (Ameo), the employer body representing BMW SA, Toyota SA, VW SA, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Isuzu and Nissan...

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