Martin Winterkorn, CEO of  German carmaker Volkswagen AG, right, listens to Bernd Osterloh, works council chairman of Volkswagen, during a news conference after a meeting of the supervisory board in the headquarter of the company in Wolfsburg, Germany.
Martin Winterkorn, CEO of German carmaker Volkswagen AG, right, listens to Bernd Osterloh, works council chairman of Volkswagen, during a news conference after a meeting of the supervisory board in the headquarter of the company in Wolfsburg, Germany.
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published Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
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