Porsche objects to Volkswagen shareholder vote


STUTTGART, Germany, April 25 (Reuters) - Porsche has lodged an objection to a vote by Volkswagen shareholders on Thursday that stymied Porsche's efforts to gain complete control of the carmaker, Porsche said on Friday. Porsche, which plans to raise its 31 percent voting stake in VW to a majority, has not yet decided whether to challenge the vote in court, a spokesman said, noting it had four weeks to decide on its next step. (Reporting by Hendrik Sackmann)

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