VW union in Mexico to hold new contract vote Aug. 31


MEXICO CITY — The union at Volkswagen Group’s main Mexico factory will hold a new vote on Aug. 31 to ask workers if they approve a recently negotiated deal with management for 9 percent raises, the group said.

The plan agreed by the Independent Union of Automotive Workers (SITIAVW) with Volkswagen de Mexico to cover about 7,000 workers in the central state of Puebla failed to pass a workers’ vote earlier this month, prompting labor authorities to order a re-do of the process in an effort to ensure higher turnout.

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