MEXICO CITY, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's Mexican unit reached an agreement with workers on Wednesday to increase their pay and avoid a strike, the company said. Volkswagen's 11,800 workers at its plant near the city of Puebla accepted a 4.2 percent raise, preventing a walkout that had been scheduled to begin on Thursday, the company said.
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