WOLFSBURG, Germany, April 29 (Reuters) - A visit by officials from the emirate of Abu Dhabi to Volkswagen's headquarters for a business deal with the German carmaker may be cancelled due to a bomb threat, VW sources said on Thursday. A spokesman for German rail confirmed that there had been a bomb threat called against the Wolfsburg rail station, but there were no other details available. Company sources at Volkswagen said that the visit by the Abu Dhabi delegation may be cancelled as a ...
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