BERLIN, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen needs to reach a jobs pact with its workers in Germany by November at the latest so that it can decide where to allocate investments for production, its personnel chief said. "We are under time pressure," Horst Neumann told Reuters at a presentation late on Thursday by Europe's biggest carmaker, noting its supervisory board normally decides that month on investments in plant and equipment in the years ahead. This includes allocating resources for ...
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