MEXICO CITY, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Union leaders and management at Volkswagen AG's Mexico plant agreed a new pay deal on Saturday to end a strike which shut down the factory on Wednesday. Union leader Jose Luis Rodriguez told reporters the company improved its salary offer and also boosted benefits to union workers at Volkswagen's plant in Puebla, about 120 km (75 miles) east of Mexico City. "Concretely, they have given us a 4.5 percent increase direct to salaries and another 1.6 percent ...
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