Decision due soon on Faurecia CEO's future-sources


By Marcel Michelson PARIS, July 27 (Reuters) - A decision is likely soon on whether Faurecia's chief executive will step down, company sources familiar with the situation said on Thursday, as a bribery scandal involving the French car parts maker unfolds. German prosecutors are investigating whether Faurecia bribed purchasing staff to win contracts from carmakers including Volkswagen and its premium division Audi and BMW . Sources at Faurecia and its majority owner, PSA Peugeot Citroen ...

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