VW Spain plant signs deal with workers


MADRID, July 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Spanish plant said on Friday it had signed a new contract with most of its workers to end a labour dispute which began in March. The contract includes the payment of a 1,000 euros bonus per worker and a 4-percent wage increase in return for greater working flexibility, said a spokesman at VW's Navarre plant. The 4,100 workers at Navarre, which produces 1,160 Polos a day, began occasional strikes in March in protest at the company's moves for more ...

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