FRANKFURT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen said on Thursday it had an agreement in principle with the automotive unit of engineering and electronics giant Siemens on a joint venture to make diesel injection systems. "We are agreed in principle, but the details have still to be discussed," a Volkswagen spokesman told Reuters. Siemens Chief Executive Heinrich von Pierer said earlier at the company's annual general meeting that the group's Siemens VDO unit was in advanced ...
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