IG Metall defends new VW personnel chief -paper


FRANKFURT, Nov 18 (Reuters) - IG Metall tried to limit the damage from its role in sparking an internal power struggle at Volkswagen after the German trade union's choice to head VW personnel was approved over management's objections. In an interview with German business daily Handelsblatt that appeared on Friday, IG Metall's second-highest-ranking official defended designated HR chief Horst Neumann and appealed for harmony amid bitter strife on VW's supervisory board. "I'm convinced ...

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