FRANKFURT, Jan 8 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's premium car brand Audi is mulling sites for its own North American manufacturing plant beyond the new VW plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Audi's chief executive told a German newspaper. "I am certain that the Chattanooga plant will see good capacity utilisation even without Audi," Rupert Stadler told Handelsblatt newspaper in an article released in advance of publication on Monday. Audi plans to grow substantially in North America and building its ...
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