FRANKFURT, June 30 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest carmaker, Volkswagen, said on Monday it would hand one of its board members responsibility for its China business, underlining the importance it places on the world's fastest-growing car market. A Volkswagen spokesman said the supervisory board had agreed at its meeting on Monday that Folker Weissgerber, currently head of production, would assume responsibility for the group's China business on the executive board. China, now VW's ...
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