HANOVER, Germany, Sept 22 (Reuters) - German engineering union IG Metall has extended until Wednesday its ultimatum to Volkswagen to provide binding and concrete investments that will secure jobs for its German workforce. The union, which represents the 100,000 staff at VW's six western German plants, said that the second round of key talks on cutting labour costs ended on Friday without a result. Earlier this week, VW's influential works council boss had threatened to break off the ...
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