SAO PAULO – Workers at Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda.'s Sao Bernardo do Campo factory approve the auto maker's plan to offer voluntary retirement packages to 1,500 employees. But the auto maker has not lowered the number of 3,600 employees it plans to dismiss at the plant, also known as Anchieta, over the next two years. Nor has it retracted earlier threats to shutter the factory if its restructuring program is not concluded by the end of 2008. Under the new proposal submitted to the Metal ...

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