VIENNA – Porsche Holding, Europe's largest car import and retail group, based in Austria and owned by Volkswagen Group, is taking control of import activities for the VW, Audi and Skoda brands in Chile. The newly created import company, Porsche Chile, is located in the capital city of Santiago de Chile and replaces previous distributor Maco. The market share of all Volkswagen Group brands in Chile reached only 2.8% in 2012. Last year, 257,013 cars were sold industry-wide in ...

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