FRANKFURT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - In a bid to gain support among its workforce for an austerity drive, Volkswagen management has offered to freeze its own pay for two years, German newspaper Bild reported on Friday without citing sources. According to the paper, 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 accept the same wage freeze at talks next month. The company wasn't immediately available for a ...
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