HAMBURG, Germany, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Wage talks for around 3,800 staff at Volkswagen's low-cost division Auto 5000 have adjourned until mid-March with both sides far apart, the IG Metall labour union said on Tuesday. IG Metall chief negotiator Hartmut Meine rejected as unacceptable VW's demand for a pay freeze and fewer holidays. The union is pushing for a 5 percent pay increase, in line with increases it is seeking for other German metalworkers. Company sources have said Volkswagen is ...
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