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Volkswagen: Why the constant riot is turning into a fiasco for VW

2021-11-26T08:23:33.367Z

The major conflict between the VW boss and the works council throws the car company back in the race with Tesla. In China, the most important market, the Wolfsburg-based company has lost touch. Herbert Diess has to fear for his power.



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