PRAGUE, April 28 (Reuters) - Czech car maker Skoda Auto, a unit of Volkswagen AG , will invest 3 billion crowns ($128 million) into the expansion of its eastern Czech factory, the company said on Thursday. The car maker said in a statement the expanded Kvasiny plant would employ 2,000 extra workers and produce a new model line, due to be unveiled in March next year.
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