MUMBAI – Volkswagen India Ltd. is investing Rs35 billion ($879 million) in a new plant near Pune that will have capacity for 110,000 vehicles annually and employ 2,500 workers. The auto maker has set a sales goal of 400,000 units annually in the next 10 years in an overall Indian market of 3.4 million vehicles. Audi India Ltd. also is setting up an assembly line here that will build the A4, A6, A8, TT coupe and Q7 cross/utility vehicle. SkodaAuto India Ltd. already has a plant with ...

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