FRANKFURT, Aug 17 (Reuters) - The works council head at German carmaker Volkswagen rejected an invitation to talks with Porsche SE to end a spat between labour and management at VW's future owner. Bernd Osterloh told Reuters that Porsche Chief Executive Wendelin Wiedeking had blocked a potential agreement for 12 months and that if the CEO did not change tack there would be "no more talks". Porsche confirmed a report in Focus magazine that it had invited VW's works council to a ...
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