BRATISLAVA, Slovakia – Volkswagen Slovakia confirms plans for a stamping plant at its vehicle-assembly site here. The auto maker will spend E85 million ($124 million) on the press shop, which will measure 207,121 sq.-ft. (19,242 sq.-m) and create 100 new jobs. Construction work will get under way later this year, with launch of volume production scheduled for third-quarter 2013. Currently, Volkswagen Slovakia sources a significant portion of stamped parts from Magna International’s ...

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