FRANKFURT, July 22 (Reuters) - Orders for Volkswagen cars in its home market of Germany have remained solid despite negative publicity over a bribery scandal at Europe's biggest automaker, its chief executive told a newspaper. The corruption affair has damaged VW's image, Bernd Pischetsrieder told the Braunschweiger Zeitung in an interview printed on Friday, but he added: "New orders in Germany are even better than expected at the moment." Pischetsrieder said a decision on who will ...
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