(Adds labour official's comment, analyst, background, repeats to recast headline to specify German union) By Jan Christoph Schwartz HANOVER, Germany, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Labour union IG Metall will demand a 4 percent pay increase and job guarantees from carmaker Volkswagen AG when the two sides hold closely watched wage talks next month, the union said on Thursday. Staking out a hard line as expected, union officials said they wanted job security for the 103,000 workers in VW's six ...
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