HAMBURG, Germany, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Talks between Volkswagen and its works council over a new shift system that would save the carmaker money at its main Wolfsburg plant in Germany were adjourned without agreement on Tuesday. "The company and the works council are together striving to reduce costs at the Wolfsburg plant. There has not yet been a conclusive agreement," a company spokeswoman said without giving an outlook for the talks' prospects or a date to resume. The works council was ...
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