Skoda eyes exports to Mexico. VIENNA – Czech Republic auto maker Skoda Auto a.s. says it plans to enter the Mexican market if all goes well with current trade barrier negotiations between the two countries. "The Mexican market is very interesting for us," says Detlef Schmidt, Skoda board member responsible for sales and marketing. Skoda would use parent Volkswagen AG’s know-how to enter Mexico, says Schmidt, noting current trade talks are focused on import duties. "If we ...
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