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Volkswagen’s Mexico factory workers reject union pay deal

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MEXICO CITY — Workers at Volkswagen’s Mexico factory on Wednesday rejected a deal for a 9% pay hike, according to an official statement, voting for a second time against what would have become the country’s largest automaker raise in recent years.

The union for workers at the plant in Puebla, in central Mexico, had initially sought a raise of more than 15% to account for soaring inflation, from salaries that range from $15 to $48 per day.

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About 3,450 workers had voted against the deal, compared with 3,225 in favor, Mexico’s Federal Labor Center said in a statement.

(Reporting by Kylie Madry and Sarah Morland; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)



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