Labor Reportedly Troubled by Volkswagen Shakeup

BERLIN/MUNICH, April 12 (Reuters) - Labour representatives at Volkswagen are concerned by a sudden rush by the German carmaker's board to approve sweeping changes on Thursday, sources said, while Handelsblatt reported that its finance chief could step down. As part of what could be the biggest shake-up at Volkswagen in a decade, Chief Executive Matthias Mueller is due to be replaced by Herbert Diess, head of VW's core autos brand, who has repeatedly clashed with unions over cost ...

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