SAO PAULO –Volkswagen AG's Brazilian unit reportedly has made good on its threat to lay off workers, sending termination letters to 1,800 employees at its Sao Bernardo do Campo car plant on Aug. 29. Workers at the plant, also known as Anchieta and Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda.'s oldest factory, immediately approved a strike in response to the firings, which take effect in November, Reuters reports. VW Brazil and its labor unions have been at odds over the auto maker's plans to furlough ...

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