Striking Volkswagen AG workers at a plant in Puebla, Mexico, reportedly have accepted the auto maker’s 4.5% wage hike offer, ending a 3-day strike. The union had demanded an 8.5% increase in wages. Additionally, workers will receive a 1.6% increase in benefit vouchers that can be exchanged for food or other goods. The increase is higher than the 0.9% increase VW originally offered for benefits. Another demand of the Puebla workers for a return to a 5-day workweek was not resolved in ...

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