UPDATE 1-VW, BMW to restart production after strikes end


(Combines VW, BMW comments, adds shares) By Nick Tattersall FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen and luxury peer BMW were gearing up to restart production of their best selling models on Monday after strikes by east German workers ended over the weekend. The stoppages, called off on Saturday after the unions failed to win shorter hours for engineering workers in the former east, hit production of two of Germany's best-loved auto exports -- VW's ubiquitous ...

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