FRANKFURT, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Amid an estimated 25 percent drop in the global car market in January, Volkswagen's vehicle sales fell by only 15 percent, VW's chief executive told the Financial Times. "We have done better than the overall market," Martin Winterkorn was quoted as saying. A proponent of Schaeffler's takeover of three-times larger car parts maker Continental , Winterkorn expressed his concern that the privately held bearings maker could collapse under the weight of its ...
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