VW CEO says would sack striking workers in Brazil

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WOLFSBURG, Germany, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The chief executive of Europe's biggest car maker, Volkswagen , said late on Monday he would sack any workers in Brazil who went on strike after they rejected proposals to cut nearly 4,000 jobs. "Anyone who goes on strike will be dismissed," Bernd Pischetsrieder told reporters at an event in VW's home town of Wolfsburg in Northern Germany. Workers at VW's Brazilian unit last week spurned plans to reduce its workforce by nearly 4,000 through ...

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