About 2,000 union members and supporters are marching in Puebla, Mexico, to protest contract demands made by Volkswagen AG. Due to waning demand, the auto maker wants to reduce output at its Puebla assembly plant by nearly 25% and cut 2,000 jobs. To save jobs, union leaders reportedly are offering a salary reduction and trimming the workweek from five days to four. The plant employs some 9,800 workers. Government authorities have been asked to intervene in talks between the union and ...

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