Around 3,200 VW staff take buyout packages so far


HAMBURG, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Around 3,200 workers at Volkswagen's core VW business in Germany have accepted voluntary redundancy packages that Europe's biggest carmaker is offering to prune labour costs, the company said on Wednesday. "We assume that we will reach 3,500 severance deals in the foreseeable future," a company spokesman said. Volkswagen has offered the packages to 85,000 workers at its six loss-making western German factories. Should workers decide to leave the company by ...

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