Volkswagen AG says the recent strike by members of the IG Metall engineering union in Germany cost it 22,000 units in lost production. VW had to halt Golf production at the Wolfsburg, Germany, plant last week because it couldn’t receive parts from its Mosel and Chemnitz parts plants in eastern Germany. VW now says it will resume production at Wolfsburg July 1, as the union conceded defeat on June 28 in its bid for a shorter workweek. (See related story: German Government Worries Strike ...

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