VW output to fall during Brussels strike - union


BRUSSELS, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Lost production during the current strike at Volkswagen's factory in Brussels will not be compensated by other VW plants in Europe, a union official who is a supervisory board member said on Monday. "The lost volumes will not be taken over by other sites. It is out of the question," Bernd Osterloh, president of Volkswagen's European works council, told a news conference. Europe's biggest carmaker said last week it planned to stop making its best-selling Golf ...

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