MEXICO CITY, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Unionized workers at Volkswagen's Mexico plant restarted salary talks with management on Monday but were still waiting for an offer from the German auto maker three days before a strike deadline. Union spokesman Miguel Angel Galan told Reuters the workers had lowered their salary demands to a 10 percent increase from 12.5 percent previously. "We are still waiting for an offer from the company which could happen later today (Monday)," Galan said. The ...
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