MEXICO CITY, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's Mexican plant, which makes the popular New Beetle, restarted talks with the company on Wednesday to seek a way out of a paralyzing strike. The union returned to the negotiating table with a new, less ambitious proposal for improvements to pay and benefits backed by a majority of the 9,700 workers who walked off the job last Friday, Labor Ministry sources said. The workers last week rejected a Volkswagen offer of a 4.5 percent ...
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