FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker Volkswagen said on Monday strikes by engineering workers in eastern Germany had cost it 22,000 units of production, but said it would restart its main plant on Tuesday. VW was forced to stop production of its top-selling Golf model at its main Wolfsburg plant after the strikes, which ended on Saturday, prevented it from getting parts from its eastern Mosel and Chemnitz factories. "Work has started again today at Mosel and Chemnitz, ...
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