Volkswagen meets with suppliers for second time


FRANKFURT, March 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen , Europe's biggest carmaker, met with 24 selected suppliers with the aim of developing methods to improve quality both at both ends of the value chain, it said on Tuesday. In October the company hammered out an agreement with 38 suppliers to cut purchasing costs by hundreds of millions of euros by forming more stable strategic partnerships with a smaller group of suppliers. "We must keep in focus the long-term quality, since this above all ...

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