VW agrees with union on key restructuring points


FRANKFURT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Carmaker Volkswagen and trade union IG Metall have agreed on key points of a restructuring plan including details of longer working hours and where the new Golf will be built, they said on Friday. The union said they had agreed that staff would work between 25 and 33 hours per week, compared with an average of 28.8 hours currently, and that the new Golf as well as another model would be built at VW's headquarters in the German town of Wolfsburg. VW, which ...

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