SHANGHAI — Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co. Ltd.'s production and sales will reach 270,000 units this year, the automaker's sales agent, Shanghai Automotive Industry Sales Corp. (SAISC), says. The sales group says Shanghai-VW will put an end to its three-year stagnation of output of around 230,000 units per year. Of the planned 270,000 units, 240,000 units will be Santana and Santana 2000 models, while 30,000 units will be Passat B5 models. A joint venture involving Shanghai Automotive ...

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