SAO PAULO –Volkswagen AG's Brazilian division says it may close its largest factory near here if it cannot reach an agreement with its labor unions over proposed layoffs. The auto maker says it will consider closing its Anchieta plant if no agreement is reached this week. It is planning to fire 3,600 workers out of a total 12,400 employees at the facility over the next two years as part of a restructuring plan. Volkswagen do Brasil Ltda. is one of many domestic auto makers hard hit by ...
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