Strike action at a footwear plant in Vietnam that manufactures shoes for Nike has been resolved, according to media reports.

Around 10,000 workers went on strike at the plant, located in Dong Nai, near Ho Chi Minh City, last week (30 November). The workers were demanding an increased salary amid rising inflation rates in the country.

The strike action, which lasted five-days, was resolved today (3 December) when South Korean-owner Tae Kwang Vina agreed on a monthly transportation allowance and improved eating facilities at the factory, reported the Associated Press.