FRANKFURT, Aug 27 (Reuters) - A high-level meeting designed to settle a row over labour representation at Porsche's new holding company has been called off, the German sports car maker said on Wednesday. "The head of the IG Metall (engineering union), Berthold Huber, today informed Porsche Automobil Holding SE that the mediation talks set for Sept. 10 in Frankfurt have been cancelled," it said in a statement, adding it regretted this. Porsche's top workers' representative had vowed not ...
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