STUTTGART, Germany, Aug 25 (Reuters) - German car maker Daimler AG does not intend to build another factory for its Smart brand minicars, the company said on Monday, denying a German magazine report. "We have no plans for a second Smart plant," said a spokesman for the Mercedes-Benz division, which includes Smart. He was responding to a report in Auto Motor und Sport that a second plant was under consideration given surging demand for the small cars, which was about to strain capacity at ...
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