MADRID, April 26 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's Navarre, Spain plant, which produces Polo cars, halted production again on Wednesday to protest against proposals for greater flexibility and cost cuts in a new contract. The plant in northern Spain shut down for two hours during the morning shift and will do so again after midday, a plant spokesman told Reuters. Unions have called for further stoppages on Friday. Volkswagen management on Tuesday decided to shift some Polo production ...
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