FRANKFURT, March 27 (Reuters) - Volkswagen said Frank Fischer will leave his post as head of its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to take a job at its factory in Emden, Germany, as part of a broader reshuffle among plant managers. The move is the latest management switch by the German car maker as it seeks to revive its fortunes in the United States, where Volkswagen has so far failed to meet aggressive sales targets. In December Volkswagen's U.S. Chief Executive Jonathan Browning left ...
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