VW job cut program unsuccessful SAO PAULO — Volkswagen AG says it may have to dismiss workers at its Brazilian operations after a voluntary resignation program proves unsuccessful. VW had hoped that at least 1,000 workers would voluntarily resign. Instead, only 240 workers took advantage of the benefits package. The company, which says it has 6,000 extra workers in Brazil, is producing at 60% capacity — about 700 vehicles a day. Brazil sales up SAO PAULO — Vehicle sales jump almost 50% ...

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