(adds union comment, updates shares) By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen management has offered to freeze its own pay for two years in a bid to gain workers' support for an austerity drive, but union mediators dismissed the move as a "distraction tactic". The overall salary of managers at Europe's biggest carmaker would hold steady if the 103,000 workers at its six western German VW plants accepted the same wage freeze when the two sides meet in formal talks ...
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