SAO PAULO -- Striking Volkswagen do Brasil workers in late November return to their posts at the Sao Bernardo do Campo factory in metro Sao Paulo, accepting a proposal they had rejected the previous week. Volkswagen do Brasil President Herbert Demel sent telegrams firing 3,000 workers after they rejected company proposals to reduce salaries and work hours by 15%. The union accepted the company proposal only after VW rescinded the dismissal order. Demel had to negotiate directly with the ...

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