Volkswagen CEO says supports new HR chief -report


FRANKFURT, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Volkswagen Chief Executive Bernd Pischetsrieder denied reports that the controversial appointment of Horst Neumann as new head of personnel had created a boardroom crisis at the carmaker. "I am certain that he will fully back the course that we at Volkswagen have taken," Pischetsrieder told German weekly magazine Focus in its upcoming edition, adding that Neumann enjoyed his "full and unqualified support". Reuters had reported that Volkswagen Chairman ...

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