Honda workers in China are continuing to strike over pay.
The workers are reported to be seeking a rise from around £190 to around £280 a month, and the strikes have been marked by some violent demonstrations.
Honda has reported agreed to a 24 per cent rise, with most of its 2400 workforce accepting the deal. However, 100 workers are reported to be holding out for a larger increase.
Strikes are technically illegal in China, but workers in the southern region of the country have become increasingly prone to action. Analysts suggest this is because they are increasingly aware of how much workers within other companies are paid around the world.