UPDATE 1-Experts warn VW must not bow to German union demands


(Releads, adds analyst, share, changes dateline previous Frankfurt) By Jan Christoph Schwartz HAMBURG, Germany, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Labour market experts warned Volkswagen AG on Friday not to bow to union demands to guarantee the 103,000 jobs in its western German plants for the next 10 years. Promising to maintain jobs in return for curbs on pay was in principle a good thing, but a decade-long employment vow would be "completely absurd", Joachim Scheide, head of the economics section ...

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