PUEBLA, Mexico, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Unionized workers at the Mexican unit of German automaker Volkswagen AG planned late night pay increase talks with the government in Mexico City on Friday to try to avoid a strike at the weekend, the union said. Workers at the plant, the world's sole producer of Volkswagen's New Beetle model, want a minimum 5.5 percent pay hike, down from an earlier 8.3 percent demand but above the 2.5 percent offered by the company, said union leader Jose Luis Rodriguez. ...
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