UPDATE 1-Around 1,000 workers accept Volkswagen severance


(Releads with company confirmation) FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - Around 1,000 workers at Volkswagen , Europe's biggest carmaker, have accepted voluntary severance packages over the past three weeks, the company said, confirming a report in Bild newspaper on Tuesday. "The initial phase has exceeded expectations," a spokesman said. While it was not foreseeable just how many would eventually take advantage of the deal, he added that VW was working its way through a waiting list. ...

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