Emblems of VW Golf VII car are pictured in a production line at the plant of German carmaker Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
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Volkswagen and two of its parts suppliers Tuesday resolved a contract dispute that had hit output at more than half of the carmaker's German plants and threatened to undermine its recovery from a diesel emissions scandal.The conflict had threatened VW's profitability following last year's diesel emissions test cheating scandal and also risked hurting hundreds of other VW suppliers.VW said Tuesday that the suppliers had agreed to start delivering parts again and that the affected plants would resume production.Lower Saxony economy Minister Olaf Lies, a member of VW's supervisory board, has said the dispute was hitting VW "at the worst possible time".VW said the stoppages were part of regular production adjustments.
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