FRANKFURT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Volkswagen has put a former senior police officer and a labour law expert in charge of handling tips from whistle-blowers on potential corruption at Europe's biggest carmaker, it said on Monday. Rainer Buchert, a former German federal criminal investigator as well as police commissioner in Offenbach near Frankfurt, was chosen as VW's ombudsman along with Thomas Rohrbach, who previously worked for the company during its efforts to compensate victims of Nazi-era ...
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