Tension growing at VW between executives and union.

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    Tension growing at VW between executives and union.

    Some colateral damage from the dieselgate/volkswagate, there some tensions growing at VW between executives and union from what I read on the French site LeBlogAuto. http://www.leblogauto.com/2016/04/vw...syndicats.html

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    Re: Tension growing at VW between executives and union.

    Of all the lying, cheating, screw the consumer and environment car companies, Volkswagen was my favorite.

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    Re: Tension growing at VW between executives and union.

    I can't read the language, but nothing like money becoming scarce to create a little friction. So the real question is in regards to VW's great relationship with the unions, was there really any magic other than VW had plenty of money to go around to make everyone happy?

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