Volkswagen plant to cut working hours at Passat plant due to seat supply problem
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen
A spokesman for the plant in Emden, in Volkswagen's home state of Lower Saxony, said about a third of the factory's 9,000 workers would be affected, initially for a period from Aug. 18 to 24.
The factory makes 1,250 Passat cars a day on average, including the CC coupe version.
(Reporting by Georgina Prodhan; Editing by Greg Mahlich and David Evans)
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