Workers at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port factory have overwhelmingly backed a pay deal worth a lump sum of £750 and a 1.5% rise in January 2019.
The agreement mirrors one accepted by workers at the firm's van plant in Luton.
The Unite union said Vauxhall's owner, PSA, should repay the commitment of workers at Ellesmere Port with investment in new models at the facility.
Unite's Vauxhall members at Ellesmere Port, like their colleagues at Luton's van plant, have overwhelmingly backed the pay deal.
Our continued focus is to secure investment from PSA in new models at Ellesmere Port and guarantee the plant's long-term future.
Time and again Ellesmere Port's top-class workforce has shown its commitment to the plant.
PSA must now repay the workforce's commitment by moving forward with investment in new models at Ellesmere Port as a matter of urgency.
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They want meetings with the government and parent company PSA.
Four hundred people - nearly a quarter of the workforce - have been told their jobs are to go.
The car manufacturer is blaming falling demand for the Astra model which is made at the plant.
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Europe's competition watchdog has waived through a £1.9 billion deal for French car giant PSA Group to buy Vauxhall owner Opel which employs 2,000 people at its site in Ellesmere Port.
The European Commission "unconditionally approved" the takeover, saying the tie-up raised no competition concerns.
PSA, which owns Peugeot and Citroen, agreed to buy the loss-making European arm of General Motors in March.
The move aimed to secure GM's exit from the UK and Europe while transforming PSA into Europe's second-largest car maker.
However, the takeover sparked concern in the UK about the impact on thousands of jobs at Vauxhall plants and supply companies.
The Vauxhall Astra is made at Ellesmere Port and a further 1,500 people produce the Vauxhall Vivaro van in Luton.
The competition referee said the combined market share of the two companies would be "relatively small" and the business would face "strong competition" from rival manufacturers such as Renault, Volkswagen, Daimler, Ford and Fiat.
It added that there was no issues surrounding the deal's impact on the wholesale and retail distribution markets.
Vauxhall is a major employer in the UK, with around 35,000 staff, including 23,000 in its retail network and 7,000 in its supply chain.
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