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Mon, Feb 19 2018

BRIEF-Volkswagen Group Rus Launches New Production In Cooperation With Gaz

* SAYS VOLKSWAGEN GROUP RUS LAUNCHES PRODUCTION OF ŠKODA KODIAQ IN COOPERATION WITH GAZ

UPDATE 3-Audi chairman rubbishes report that CEO Stadler to be removed

* No board discussion yet on Stadler succession -sources (Adds BMW saying its R&D chief Froehlich is not a candidate to replace Stadler)

BRIEF-Volkswagen Says Group Deliveries Up 10.1 Pct In January

* SAYS JANUARY GROUP DELIVERIES UP 5.5 PERCENT IN EUROPE, UP 2. PERCENT IN NORTH AMERICA, UP 15.9 PERCENT IN CHINA

BRIEF-Volkswagen global car deliveries up 10 pct in January

* VOLKSWAGEN SAYS JANUARY GROUP DELIVERIES UP 10.1 PERCENT AT 898,700 VEHICLES

Volkswagen's Audi unit head Stadler to leave in April - Bild

FRANKFURT, Feb 16 The chief executive of Volkswagen's luxury unit Audi, Rupert Stadler, will be replaced in April because of his unsuccessful handling of the diesel emissions scandal, German daily Bild reported on Friday.

VW looks at Apple for electric-car design guidance

BERLIN Volkswagen is looking at Apple products for guidance on how to style its new generation of electric cars, its top designer said, as the automaker aims to turn profits on battery-powered vehicles when they launch in 2020.

Volkswagen's Skoda Auto reports January deliveries up 10.7 pct year-on-year

PRAGUE, Feb 14 Skoda Auto raised its global deliveries by 10.7 percent year-on-year in January to 103,800 cars, its best result ever for the month, the Czech unit of Volkswagen said on Wedndesday.

UPDATE 1-VW Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position

* Poetsch trivializes scandal, "What crisis?" (Adds more Poetsch comments and background)

Volkswagen Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position

LINZ, Austria Volkswagen Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said on Monday there is no reason to question the position of the carmaker's top executive.

VW Chairman sees no reason to question CEO position

LINZ, Austria, Feb 12 Volkswagen Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch said on Monday there is no reason to question the position of the carmaker's top executive.

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