VIENNA – Skoda Auto a.s., the Czech Volkswagen AG subsidiary, plans to increase vehicle output at its foreign plants, Winfried Vahland, Skoda’s new chairman, tells Czech journalists during his first meeting with the local media. For Vahland, who served as head of Volkswagen Group’s operations in China before he took the reins at Skoda in September, the consistent internationalization of the Skoda brand is part of a goal to double sales within 10 years. Skoda’s worldwide sales rose 1.4% ...
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