By Laurence Frost and Christiaan Hetzner PARIS, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The Volkswagen Golf and Fiat Panda are, together, older than the European Union, but the euro's unravelling could mean serious headaches for one and potential blessings for the other. Beyond the immediate economic fallout, a north-south break-up in which Italy, Spain and Greece abandoned the currency would transform the industrial map, upending a decade of investment decisions and supply relationships based on monetary ...
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