(Adds market reaction, share price) HANOVER, Germany, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Carmaker Volkswagen and trade union IG Metall agreed on Friday on key points of a restructuring plan that lengthens the work week at six German plants and provides job security beyond 2011. The outlines of the deal, which Europe's biggest carmaker has been pushing for to cut the automotive world's highest labour bill, also call for building the next generation of VW's flagship Golf hatchback at its main Wolfsburg ...
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