VIENNA – Czech Republic auto makers broke through the 1 million-unit barrier for the first time in 2010, as five assembly plants combined to produce 1,072,263 vehicles, up 9.5% from 2009. Some 94% of total production was exported. Czech Republic, with a population of 10.5 million people, is the top auto-producing country among Eastern European members of the European Union. Volkswagen AG’s Skoda Auto a.s. subsidiary produced 576,362 cars at its three plants in Mlada Boleslav, Kvasiny ...

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