FRANKFURT, Sept 25 (Reuters) - VW managing director Martin Winterkorn said in a German magazine interview on Saturday that he aims to remain in his position after current contracts expire next year. In an advance abstract of an interview with German weekly Der Spiegel issued ahead of publication on Sept. 27, Winterkorn said "I am enjoying it, I feel fit and would not object to carrying on if the supervisory board should so wish." The group's labour chief said recently that unions support ...
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