HAMBURG, Germany, April 24 (Reuters) - Hundreds of workers descended on Volkswagen's annual shareholder meeting on Thursday to protest what they call sports car maker Porsche's attempts to undermine labour influence at VW. Defending worker rights at VW, senior labour leader Bernd Osterloh has waged a public battle with Porsche Chief Executive Wendelin Wiedeking, after the manager said in September he would not tolerate any "sacred cows" at Volkswagen. Porsche, keen to take majority ...
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