VW set up task force to better target U.S. -report


FRANKFURT, Dec 24 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen has set up a task force assigned with finding out what U.S. car buyers want and translate that into new models that sell better in the United States, a magazine reported Friday. Europe's biggest carmaker devised the team, dubbed "Moonraker" after a James Bond movie, as an ageing line-up of models and quality problems have weighed on its share of the world's largest car market, German weekly Der Spiegel reported. The team, led by a ...

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