BERLIN – The financial crisis that began in the U.S. and continues to roll out across markets worldwide isn’t forcing Volkswagen AG to revise its outlook for 2008, CEO Martin Winterkorn says. However, he says some production cuts are being made as a result of the decline in new-vehicle demand in Europe. Speaking Wednesday to a small group of government and economic development officials visiting VW’s headquarters in Wolfsburg from the state of Tennessee, where VW plans to build a new ...

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