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Former foreign minister Gabriel to head German auto lobby - paper

Reuters Sunday, 27 October 2019
Former Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has been tapped to become the head of Germany's car industry lobby, installing a politician from the state that is home to Volkswagen in the influential post, Bild am Sonntag reported.
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