VIENNA – Volkswagen is considering construction of a new plant for light-commercial vehicles, according to Turkish and Polish reports. “Currently, they are trying to decide between Poland and Turkey,” Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan is quoted as saying by the Hürriyet daily. “We expect the results in May. Polish business daily Puls Biznesu says it has confirmed the Turkish reports with a high-ranking source in the Polish government. “I ...

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