PRAGUE, June 27 (Reuters) - Skoda Auto, the Czech unit of German car maker Volkswagen , said on Friday it will be forced to halt production of its Octavia sedan on Wednesday if strikes at German car-parts suppliers continue. The CTK news agency quoted a Skoda spokesman as saying production at another line, which makes the compact Fabia model, can last until Friday before it can no longer function. Engineering and steel workers in eastern Germany have been on strike for over three weeks, ...
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