FRANKFURT, Sept 27 (Reuters) - German labour union IG Metall said on Wednesday car maker Volkswagen was apparently ready to commit itself in talks over wage cuts to investments at its German plants. Management wants the 100,000 German employees at the VW brand's six western German plants to work longer hours for no extra pay while IG Metall is demanding some form of compensation along with dedicated investments which would protect jobs. "Volkswagen is apparently ready to make binding ...
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