VW sets deal with Mexican workers, avoids strike


MEXICO CITY, Aug 18 (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen AG struck a deal with workers at its Mexican plant to avoid a strike threatened by the factory's union, the company said on Wednesday. Volkswagen is one of the largest producers in Mexico's auto industry, which is a major supplier of cars for the U.S. market. The company's Puebla factory in central Mexico is its only plant in North America, and the only one in the world to produce the New Beetle model. Volkswagen said in a ...

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