FRANKFURT, March 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG plans additional weekend production shifts at its core Wolfsburg plant where the group manufactures its flagship Golf hatchback, the company said on Tuesday. Management and the works council agreed on added shifts early on Saturday and late on Sunday, to be worked between the week starting May 28 and lasting through to the week ending Oct. 7. Workers will have the choice between receiving money, which under last year's wage agreement is paid ...
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