* 4.3 pct pay rise over 13 months will take effect June 1 * Accord includes provisions to hire 3,000 temporary workers * "Very good and acceptable compromise" - labour union IG Metall (Adds background and comments from VW, IG Metall) HANOVER, Germany, May 31 (Reuters) - German car maker Volkswagen agreed with the IG Metall union to raise wages for western German workers by 4.3 percent over 13 months, echoing a pay contract signed by the union for the country's industry-wide ...
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