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Volkswagen Group not considering selling brands to pay for Dieselgate costs

The chairman of the Volkswagen Group has denied that company is planning to sell off some of its brands to help pay for costs related to the Dieselgate emissions cheating saga. According to Reuters, Hans Dieter Poetsch, chairman of Volkswagen’s supervisory board, has told Boersen-Zeitung that the company is “not thinking of selling parts of […]
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