Workers at Volkswagen AG’s Puebla, Mexico, plant will ask for a 10.2% raise in salary and 4% benefit increase before the current union contract expires in August. Some 11,450 Puebla workers decided on the increase request over the weekend. Workers at the plant, which makes the New Beetle, Jetta, Golf and Cabrio models, have gone on strike numerous times in the past two years, including last year when a 19-day walkout by workers resulted in a 10.2% salary hike and 4.5% increase in ...

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