Volkswagen okays pay deal for west German workers


HANOVER, Germany, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , Europe's largest carmaker, will pay its 100,000 workers in six west German plants an additional 3.1 percent starting in February, the company said early on Tuesday. Under the two-year agreement, the workers will receive another 2.6 percent raise in February 2004, the company said in a statement. The deal also includes a 120-euro monthly supplement from October 1 until January 31, 2003, and a one-time bonus of 400 euros in May 2004. The ...

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