WOLFSBURG, Germany, June 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen will use its Auto 5000 division as a model for a new in-house wage accord the carmaker is trying to adopt as a way to cut labour costs, its personnel chief said on Friday. "Auto 5000 is not a blueprint for VW, but VW can learn from Auto 5000," Horst Neumann said at a company event, adding the success of Auto 5000 would "play a big role" in forming a new pay deal for the German workforce. Around 3,800 employees in Auto 5000, who build the ...
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