STUTTGART, Germany, April 29 (Reuters) - A German court rejected on Tuesday attempts by Volkswagen labour leaders to ensure they have more say at Porsche when the sports car maker takes majority control of VW. Porsche is already the largest shareholder in Europe's biggest carmaker and has said it plans to increase its 31 percent voting stake in VW to a majority once it gets antitrust approval. The row pits VW labour and the IG Metall union -- which traditionally has a big say in how VW ...
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