PRAGUE, June 26 (Reuters) - Skoda Auto, a unit of Germany's car maker Volkswagen and the biggest Czech company, warned on Thursday it may halt production at two out of its three plants if strikes at German car-parts suppliers continue. Engineering and steel workers in eastern Germany have been on strike for over three weeks, demanding similar working standards to their western colleagues. Skoda said it hopes the strike will end this week as that would help it to avoid production ...
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