Volkswagen AG reportedly will renegotiate contracts with its European dealers to accommodate new regulations that call for greater competition in the region. The current contracts between VW and 8,500 of its European dealers expire Sept. 30, 2003. VW says the new contracts would cover all dealers in the region and reflect the new regulations, which aim to narrow the gap between pre-tax prices on European vehicles. The new regulations will enable dealers to open outlets anywhere in Europe ...
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