Key new VW product could play part in union breakthrough.
The dispute over union representation at Volkswagen of America's new plant in Chattanooga, TN, has become entangled in the auto maker’s plans for expanding production at the $1 billion facility, which now builds the North American version of the Passat. VWA officials say the plant was built with the expectation it would produce multiple vehicles, and they have proposed assembling a new midsize diesel hybrid-electric cross/utility vehicle dubbed CrossBlue there. VWA officials ...
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