MADRID, May 21 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Spanish subsidiary Seat aims to almost double production to around 800,000 cars in just over a decade, its chairman said in a newspaper interview on Monday. Erich Schmitt also told Spanish newspaper El Mundo that the German parent was not looking to sell the Barcelona-based manufacturer. "Alternatives were studied, but a sale was never debated seriously," El Mundo reported Schmitt as saying. Seat lost 49.1 million euros last year, when its ...
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