WOLFSBURG, Germany, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Workers at Volkswagen's German factories may seek as much as 6.5 percent more pay this year, demanding a share of record sales at Europe's biggest car maker, VW's top labour representative said. Germany's IG Metall union may push a pay claim between 5 and 6.5 percent for about 100,000 workers at VW's six western German factories and employees at the financial services division, Bernd Osterloh, head of VW's works council told reporters ...
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