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Ford and Volkswagen CEOs agree partnership has been beneficial

By Bloomberg
15 July 2019   |   3:20 pm
Herbert Diess, Volkswagen AG chief executive officer, and Jim Hackett, Ford Motor Co. chief executive officer, discuss the automakers' agreement to extend their partnership in electric and self-driving car technology. They speak with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Markets."

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