FRANKFURT, April 27 (Reuters) - The boss of luxury sports car maker Porsche sped to the defence of German political leaders who have raised hackles in the business world by attacking companies that put profits before people. "In a social market economy we have to find a balance between capital and labour, and many companies today are failing to make this effort," Wendelin Wiedeking told the newspaper Die Zeit in a rare show of support from a prominent businessman. The chairman of ...
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