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Elections News: VW Grapples With Unwanted Connection to German Far-Right

[unable to retrieve full-text content for text to speech conversion]VW has called on its workers to “ resist the lure of populism,” and legal affairs chief Hiltrud Werner described the AfD’s growing support as an “ increasing problem” in eastern Germany, where it ... News Source: Bloomberg


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Posted: 2019-11-27 06:01:00

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