MEXICO CITY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - A strike at Volkswagen's Mexico plant, which builds the popular New Beetles, stretched into its second day on Saturday with talks between workers and the company stalled. About 9,700 union workers at Volkswagen's Puebla plant, east of Mexico City, went on strike after the company rejected their demand of an 8.5 percent salary increase. Talks mediated by the Labor Ministry have so far gone nowhere, with the company apparently unwilling to increase its offer ...
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