UPDATE 1-Lanxess signs deal with S.African miners to end strike


* Union ends walkout after winning one-off payment * Wage talks cast shadow on troubled platinum belt * Union threaten to halt production at VW plant (Adds details on labour tensions, threat to VW plant) By Agnieszka Flak JOHANNESBURG, May 24 (Reuters) - Striking South African workers at a chrome mine owned by German chemicals group Lanxess have signed a deal to end a week-long illegal walkout, after winning a one-off payment ...


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