MADRID, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Spanish carmaker Seat said on Wednesday it had asked its 14,000 workers to take a cut in hours and a proportional cut in pay in the face of falling demand in its main export markets. The company, a subsidiary of German carmaker Volkswagen , declined to give details of the size of the pay cut it had proposed. "We put this proposal to unions yesterday and we've arranged a new meeting for tomorrow," a Seat spokesman said. Unions rejected the idea. "We don't ...
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