FRANKFURT, May 31 (Reuters) - Volkswagen, Europe's largest carmaker, said it struck a pay deal with Germany's engineering union IG Metall for the bulk of its German workers, without disclosing the outcome. Details of the wage agreement will be published at a press conference at 0900 GMT in Hanover, VW added. The union also declined to disclose the outcome of wage talks. VW's German staff representatives met company managers on Wednesday for a second round of in-house pay talks affecting ...
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