FRANKFURT, Jan 27 (Reuters) - MAN AG's works council head warned its largest shareholder, Volkswagen , against trying to tell the company what to do, in an interview with a German magazine. Lothar Pohlmann, who is also MAN deputy supervisory board chairman, told Focus magazine: "VW must not be allowed to call the shots at our company." Otherwise MAN would be at risk of being broken up, he was quoted as saying in a preview of the magazine on Saturday. "We will battle fiercely against ...
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