PUEBLA, Mexico, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG unit Volkswagen Mexico is close to resuming talks with its union, after thousands of workers went on strike last week demanding higher pay, a source at the company said on Monday. "Negotiations could resume tomorrow at midnight or on Wednesday," said the source, who asked not to be named. Some 9,700 union workers at Volkswagen's Puebla plant, where the popular New Beetles are made, walked off the job on Friday. They are asking for an 8.5 ...
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