FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's former supervisory board member and works council head, Klaus Volkert, has left the firm, Europe's biggest car maker said on Saturday. "He has left the company from now on," a Volkswagen spokeswoman said, confirming a report in an advance copy of German weekly magazine Der Spiegel. Volkert, who was a supervisory board member since 1990 until August 16, will retire on November 30, she added. Volkert resigned from the powerful works council last ...
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