MEXICO CITY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The union striking for a second day at Volkswagen AG's giant plant in Mexico on Thursday said it hoped to cut a deal with management in its pay dispute by the weekend. Union leader Jose Luis Rodriguez told Reuters that talks with management late on Wednesday did not end the deadlock, although the two sides planned to resume negotiations on Friday. The union aimed to reach a deal with management by the weekend to pave the way for the return of workers to ...
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