(Adds quotes from interview, background) By Jan Schwartz WOLFSBURG, Germany, April 29 (Reuters) - The top workers' representative at carmaker Volkswagen said on Tuesday for the first time that he could imagine the abolition of a controversial law that effectively shields the company from a hostile takeover. "I wish that this law could be preserved for as long as possible, but I don't have much confidence," Klaus Volkert, head of the works council of Europe's biggest carmaker, told ...
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