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Volkswagen is ‘Tremendously Undervalued’ as a company, says CFO

By Bloomberg
04 May 2019   |   4:18 pm
Frank Witter, chief financial officer at Volkswagen, discusses the importance of China to his business, how a U.S.-China trade agreement would impact the company, enlarging their footprint in the U.S., expansion in China, the drop in sales in Audi and Porsche, the potential for job cuts, an IPO for the trucks division and unlocking value in their sports car division.

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