PRAGUE, March 29 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's Czech unit Skoda Auto are to hold a one-hour warning strike on Wednesday to push their demands for a pay rise, their union's chief said on Tuesday. The biggest Czech company by revenues has been on a strike alert since last week over union demands for a 10 percent pay rise in a new wage agreement which is to replace a deal that expires on Thursday. The management at the firm -- part of Europe's biggest carmaker, which has sought to ...
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