Volkswagen AG's Puebla, Mexico, plant will close in November to retool for the production launch of the new A5-based Jetta, which is slated to launch by year’s end. Union members are considering a request by the auto maker to work Saturdays to compensate for the disruption of production in November, according to Reuters. Worker salaries during the stoppage reportedly still are being negotiated. Puebla currently operates only four days per week following a cutback implemented earlier this ...
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