FRANKFURT, March 29 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG Chairman Ferdinand Piech has told prosecutors that he knew of no inappropriate payments in a bribery scandal at the auto maker, the Brunswick prosecutors office said on Wednesday. Piech, formerly VW's chief executive, testified as a voluntary witness in the prosecutors' investigation, which is looking into allegations of kickbacks, slush funds and sex-for-favours at Europe's biggest carmaker. The scandal made front pages across Germany for ...
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