Around 1,000 staff accept Volkswagen buyout -paper


FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - Around 1,000 workers at Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen have accepted voluntary buyout packages over the past three weeks, Germany's Bild newspaper reported on Tuesday. Volkswagen has offered the packages to 85,000 workers at its six loss-making western German factories. Without citing sources, Bild wrote that most of the workers were between 31 and 40 years old and would each receive roughly 150,000 euros ($188,500)on average. Volkswagen said ...

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