SCENARIOS-Volkswagen and Suzuki's crumbling partnership

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By Christiaan Hetzner and Chang-Ran Kim FRANKFURT/TOKYO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen had until the end of Friday to retract its accusation that strategic partner Japan's Suzuki Motor breached their contract as a public and bitter spat raged between the two car makers. Osamu Suzuki, chief executive of the eponymous car maker, has demanded VW sell its stake and end the partnership that has become a millstone round its neck, claiming Volkswagen harmed Suzuki's ...

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