(Changes 1st paragraph and adds detail in paragraphs 4-10, byline) By Julio Martinez PUEBLA, Mexico, Ago 20 (Reuters) - Union leaders at Volkswagen AG's Mexico plant headed back to the negotiating table with management on Friday in a bid to end a three-day-old strike at the company's sole North American operation. Almost 10,000 workers at Volkswagen AG's plant in Puebla, about 120 km (75 miles) east of Mexico City and the only place in the world where the popular New Beetle is made, ...
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