BRUSSELS, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's plant in Brussels went on strike on Monday to protest against possible cost-cutting measures that unions and management are currently negotiating, union officials said. Volkswagen previously said it wanted to reduce costs at the plant and implement longer working hours. Unions and management are currently discussing a possible agreement. "We are going to sign. There is no other solution," said Stefaan Van Bokstaele, a union official, ...
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