MADRID, April 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Spanish unit SEAT has withdrawn a plan to cut 415 jobs in Spain's Catalonia region after reaching an agreement with unions on flexible labour practices, the company said on Wednesday. SEAT had presented the job-cut plan on April 16 as its 15,000 workers in Catalonia staged a one-day strike over pay. The firm said at the time that if negotiations went well, it would not have to press ahead with the cuts, which would have needed government approval. ...
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