WOLFSBURG, Germany, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Key talks between Volkswagen and its works council in Wolfsburg resumed on Monday, a union official said, as the two sides try to reach a compromise over cost cuts before a management ultimatum expires. The company had given staff until Monday to agree on lowering labour costs for the manufacture of its upcoming Golf sport utility vehicle (SUV) by 850 euros per unit, threatening otherwise to build the so-called "Marrakesh" in Portugal. Should VW ...
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