MADRID – SEAT SA reveals a plan to cut production that could idle key assembly plants for up to 51 days in 2010, a result of still weak market demand. The program is the fourth of its kind undertaken by Volkswagen AG’s Spanish arm in the last 12 months. The new schedule is aimed at better aligning SEAT production with the market, without forcing long-term layoffs for workers while the auto maker awaits launch of the Audi Q3 cross/utility vehicle slated for mid-2011 at the Martorell ...
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