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VW Warns of Output Cuts Amid Tensions Over Electric Shift

  • CEO Diess cites chip crisis for adjustments at Wolfsburg plant
  • Labor leaders seek compensation for loss of some night shifts
The Volkswagen AG (VW) headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany.

The Volkswagen AG (VW) headquarters in Wolfsburg, Germany.

Photographer: Liesa Johannssen-Koppitz/Bloomberg
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Volkswagen AG Chief Executive Officer Herbert Diess warned of more output cuts because of the chip crisis at its main factory in Wolfsburg amid rising tensions over how to make the world’s biggest car plant fit for the electric age.