(Rewrites with background, VW CEO comments) By Iain Rogers WOLFSBURG, Germany, April 29 (Reuters) - A bomb threat marred a visit by top officials from Abu Dhabi to Volkswagen AG's headquarters on Thursday, but the meeting to complete a deal with the German carmaker went ahead. A Volkswagen spokesman said Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed al-Nahayan would not attend because of the threat, called into the Wolfsburg rail station near the sprawling VW plant. Under the deal, Abu ...
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