Volkswagen says no deal reached on Russia car plant


FRANKFURT, Dec 21 (Reuters) - The leaders of Russia and Germany did not reach an agreement on plans by Volkswagen , Europe's largest car maker, to build an assembly plant in Russia, VW said on Tuesday. "They did not sign anything, (German Chancellor Gerhard) Schroeder and (Russian President Vladimir) Putin. There is no contract, there is no memorandum of understanding," a VW spokeswoman said after the leaders met. She added the carmaker was still considering assembling cars in Russia at ...

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