Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd, a maker of shoes for clients including Adidas AG and Nike Inc, said production at its Dongguan factory has resumed fully after being disrupted by a strike that began April 14. Employees in the Guangdong province factory struck over benefits and pay for about 10 days. The stoppage cost Yue Yuen about $27 million, including lost profit and additional air-freight costs. The settlement for the dispute will raise employee costs by about $31 million this year, the company said. Production resumed after China’s human resources ministry ordered Yue Yuen to rectify benefit payments to workers, who demanded more pay and employer contributions to social security accounts.