UPDATE 2-VW says Golf output to be hit by strike


(Adds VDA comments para 6, 7, updates shares) FRANKFURT, June 20 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen AG said on Friday it would stop production of its flagship Golf model at its main Wolfsburg plant next week if strikes by engineering employees in eastern Germany continue. "If the strike continues, the Golf production lines will come to a halt," said a VW spokesman, adding that output of the small Lupo car may also be hit. Members of the engineering union IG Metall are ...

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