* State premier "irritated" by Porsche accusation * Says Porsche does not have all the facts * Remains in favour of deal between the two carmakers (Adds quotes, background) FRANKFURT, June 29 (Reuters) - Lower Saxony, Volkswagen's second-largest shareholder, again pushed VW and Porsche to break a deadlock in merger talks on Monday as the two German carmakers squabbled over a deal. Disagreements among Porsche's owning families and questions about preconditions for an investment by ...
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