MLADA BOLESLAV, Czech Republic – Skoda Auto a.s. says it will reduce production of its Skoda Superb flagship at its Kvasiny, Czech Republic, plant for the third time in the past 12 months. The latest cut will lower output from 80 to 75 units daily starting in early August. The slowdown may last up to six months, says a company spokesman. As a result, Kvasiny will switch from a 2- to 1-shift operation. Superb’s production was reduced from 150 to 100 units per day in September 2002 for the ...

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