VIENNA, June 21 (Reuters) - Volkswagen Chief Executive Officer Bernd Pischetsrieder said on Wednesday he wants a deal with workers by the end of next month that will boost productivity at Europe's biggest car maker. "I can tell you when I want to have it wrapped up -- the end of July -- but I don't know if it will be wrapped up then," he told reporters at an industry conference here. VW has said 20,000 jobs in Germany are at risk unless it can cut labour costs that are the highest in the ...
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