MADRID – SEAT SA will slash production in the last four months of 2009 as a result of the still-slumping local market, a move that will affect up to 7,789 workers. Volkswagen AG’s Spanish arm is looking to trim 66,833 vehicles from the production schedule at its plant in Martorell, near Barcelona. Currently, SEAT is projecting sales through July at 199,448 vehicles, and it believes it should sell another 126,330 vehicles in the last five months of 2009. That total, 325,778 units, is ...
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