HANOVER, Germany, Aug 22 (Reuters) - German prosecutors are reviewing a trip to India by Klaus Volkert, the former head of Volkswagen's works council, who travelled with two suspects in a fraud probe, authorities said on Monday. The trip, which cost the firm more than 100,000 euros ($122,300), prompted investigators to widen their probe last week to include Volkert, who is under investigation for possible incitement of or being an accessory to breach of trust, Brunswick prosecutor Joachim ...
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