MADRID, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Unions at General Motors Corp.'s main Spanish plant have cut their pay claims in a bid to win production of the new Meriva model and assure the factory's future, a union spokesman said on Friday. Meanwhile, unions at Volkswagen AG's Spanish plant in Barcelona called another 24-hour strike after failing to agree on job cuts in a meeting with management on Friday. General Motors is due to decide in the next few weeks whether to produce the new Meriva at its ...
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