Cordoba offers VW incentive package CORDOBA, Argentina — The Cordoba government is offering a vast benefit plan to Volkswagen AG, if the company will transfer investments planned for Brazil to the Argentine province. A VW transmission factory would create 2,000 new jobs with an investment of US$210 million if moved to Argentina. The project could be further expanded to an investment of US$320 million. The tax benefits and other perks are part of a strategy by Cordoba to stop the exodus of ...

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