VW's Hartz testimony key to sentencing-court


HANOVER, Germany, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Peter Hartz, the German labour reformer on trial for corruption at carmaker Volkswagen , could face sentencing on Thursday if he testifies in full, a court spokesman said on Wednesday. The architect of Germany's biggest post-war labour reforms and former Volkswagen personnel director admitted in court last week to his role in a bribery scandal that included payoffs to labour leaders to secure support for management. He was scheduled to get a two-year ...

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