BERLIN, Dec 18 (Reuters) - The head of Europe's biggest car maker Volkswagen AG added his voice on Wednesday to criticism of German government tax policies, saying they were throttling growth. "As long as people don't know what to expect they won't buy any cars," Volkswagen chief executive Bernd Pischetsrieder told Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper in an interview. "The government made the mistake of presenting too many proposals that pitted everyone against it. In that way they strangled ...
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