BELGRADE, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Serbian President Boris Tadic, who travels to Germany this week, said on Monday his Balkan country has held half a year of negotiations with Volkswagen AG , but declined to say whether a deal was imminent. "We are talking to Volkswagen for six months but I'm not talking about only Volkswagen. We are working on that issue with other producers and other companies from all around the world," Tadic told Reuters in an interview in Belgrade. Speaking on the day ...
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