May 3 (Reuters) – A dispute between Tesla (TSLA.O), opens new tab and Sweden’s IF Metall has drawn in unions across the Nordics, all urging the electric vehicle (EV) maker to sign a collective bargaining agreement.

IF Metall-affiliated workers started a strike at Tesla’s facilities in Sweden on Oct. 27, sparking sympathy strikes from dockworkers, cleaners and car dealerships.

Sympathy strikes are generally legal in Nordic countries, unlike in the U.S. where such actions are largely prohibited.

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