By Mary Milliken SAO PAULO, Brazil, Nov 16 (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen AG will reverse 3,000 layoffs in Brazil if workers accept certain conditions in a deal which could lead to the end of a five-day-old strike, the top Brazilian metalworkers union said on Friday. "I can confirm that the layoffs may be reversed, but not as we would like," Celso Horta, the spokesman for the ABC Metalworkers Union, told Reuters. An initial accord on the dismissals at VW's biggest Brazilian ...

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