BRUSSELS, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Belgian Labour Minister Peter Vanvelthoven has sent in a mediator in a bid to end a dispute over restructuring at Volkswagen's plant in Brussels where workers stopped production on Thursday. Union officials and the ministry confirmed on Friday that a government-appointed mediator would seek to reconcile differences between management and workers, the latter angry at a lack of guarantees over the factory's future. It was not clear when meetings would take ...
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