FRANKFURT, May 31 (Reuters) - The IG Metall metalworkers union demanded on Wednesday that Volkswagen set out a detailed reorganisation plan before the union decides whether to reopen a contract that bars German layoffs through 2011. "Volkswagen now has to lay its cards on the table. We want to know where the company sees the need to restructure and what steps it aims to take," said Hartmut Meine, the union's chief negotiator. Europe's biggest carmaker has said up to 20,000 jobs at its ...
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