DETROIT, Feb 13 (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen AG , in a brief but bluntly worded statement Thursday, said a vote this week on union representation at its Chattanooga, Tennessee plant would have no bearing on whether it will build a new crossover vehicle there. The statement counters U.S. Senator Bob Corker's announcement yesterday that he had been "assured" that if workers at the Chattanooga factory reject United Auto Worker representation, the company would reward ...
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