VIENNA – Volkswagen plans to reduce Passat output at its plant in Emden, Germany, as a result of slumping European sales. The plant will extend its summer shutdown two days, then cut daily production beginning Aug. 6, a spokesman is quoted as saying by German media. The measure means the facility, which builds up to 1,200 units daily, will reduce output by about 100 cars per day. It is expected production will remain at the slower pace through the end of 2013. Volkswagen ...

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