MADRID, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Spanish carmaker SEAT is due to start negotiations with its unions next week about possible job or pay cuts in response to a slump in production, the company said on Friday. "At current production levels, we have practically used up all the room for manoeuvre we had and we need to talk to unions to see what solutions are available," a SEAT spokeswoman said. Production cuts at SEAT's main Spanish plant at Martorell in Barcelona and the weakness of ...
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