FRANKFURT, Jan 23 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen AG's aim of building 600,000 of its new Golf cars this year is a very tough target that will be difficult to achieve, the head of the group's workers' council said on Friday. "It's very ambitious. It will not be easy to reach," Klaus Volkert, head of the works council at Europe's biggest carmaker, told Reuters in an interview. Volkert also said he did not expect the so-called "VW law" -- a controversial rule that caps shareholder ...
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