(Repeats with no change to text) (Releads with vote planned) BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's plant in Brussels will vote on Tuesday on whether to accept cost-cutting measures that management says are essential to ensure the factory's future, union officials said on Monday. Workers staged a partial strike on Monday in protest at the measures that the German carmaker says are needed if the Brussels plant is to produce the Audi A1 from 2009. These include an increase of ...
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