Germany Sees No Sign of Fuel Shortage Like in Britain

BERLIN—Germany does not see any sign that it could face the same kind of fuel shortages suffered in Britain, a spokesperson for the economy ministry said on Wednesday. “We do not see any shortages in Germany,” the spokesperson told a government news conference. “The supply situation is good, security is high.” Britain has been gripped by a rush of panic-buying for almost a week that has left pumps dry across major cities after oil companies warned they did not have enough tanker drivers to move petrol and diesel from refineries to filling stations. By Alexander Ratz

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Volkswagen Cuts Working Hours at German Site Until Mid-October

Wed Sep 29 , 2021
FRANKFURT—Volkswagen, which is suffering from an ongoing shortage of automotive chips, will cut working hours at its main German factory in Wolfsburg until the middle of October, it said on Wednesday. The shortened working hours affect the first two weeks of October, the company said, adding that on Oct. 1 […]
Volkswagen Cuts Working Hours at German Site Until Mid-October

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