(Adds more details, background) By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Germany's Porsche Automobil Holding SE called in a 10 billion euro ($14.72 billion) credit line, but said on Wednesday that the money would not be used to raise its stake in Volkswagen . "The amount borrowed will be invested free of risk at favourable interest rates and will bring in additional profit for Porsche," the company said. It referred to the measure as a "technical one" to secure favourable ...
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