Prosecutors to review Piech role in VW case


BRUNSWICK, Germany, Nov 26 (Reuters) - German prosecutors intend to review the role that former Volkswagen Chief Executive Ferdinand Piech played at a time of suspected corruption cases at VW, a prosecutors office spokesman said. Piech is now non-executive chairman at Europe's biggest carmaker. He has in the past denied any wrongdoing. "The whole matter now involves Mr Piech," the spokesman said before the corruption trial of Volkswagen's former works council chief, Klaus Volkert, and ...

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