BERLIN, July 26 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen rebuffed complaints from Italian rival Fiat saying Europe's biggest car maker is waging a price war in the austerity-stricken region. "We're not too aggressive," VW sales chief Christian Klingler said on a conference call on Thursday. "We play in a competitive environment," he added, predicting prices would remain under pressure. (Reporting By Andreas Cremer)
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