VW to cut in Mexico, blames U.S. slowdown PUEBLA — Volkswagen AG says it is cutting production about 1% this year in Mexico in response to slowing sales in the U.S. The company's plant, located here, will build about 420,000 units this year — a drop of 5,000 units compared to last year. The plant, which builds the popular New Beetle and Jetta, already suspended production for seven days earlier this year. Jeep plans for Wrangler TOLEDO, Ohio, USA — DaimlerChrysler Group is exploring ...
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