VW logo is photographed at the company's headquarters at the Volkswagen plant in Wolfsburg, Germany. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP/ Ferdinand Ostrop)
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Japan's Suzuki Motor said Sunday it plans to buy back its shares sold to Volkswagen after an international arbitration court settled a dispute between the two automakers.The ruling came four years after the Japanese small carmaker attempted to end an alliance with the German auto giant, which has refused Suzuki's repeated demands to sell back the 112.21 million shares, or 19.9 percent of Suzuki. Suzuki demanded Volkswagen sell back its stake in the Japanese carmaker by November 2012 .
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