STUTTGART, Germany, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche Automobil Holding SE criticised the top representive from Volkswagen's second-largest shareholer on Wednesday. "The atmosphere with (Christian) Wulff is not great," Chief Executive Wendelin Wiedeking told a news conference, referring to the Christian Democrat premier of Lower Saxony. Finance chief Holger Haerter said the company would again have to shoulder high development costs in particular for the planned Panamera GT in the ...
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