UPDATE 1-VW Mexico, union, eye quick end to strike

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(Adds details throughout, byline, changes dateline from previous MEXICO CITY) By Julio Martinez PUEBLA, Mexico, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Striking union leaders and management at Volkswagen AG's Mexico plant on Thursday said they hope to cut a new pay deal by the weekend to end a shutdown of the auto maker's sole North American unit. Union leader Jose Luis Rodriguez told Reuters that talks with management late on Wednesday failed to clinch a deal and the strike entered its second day on ...

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