VIENNA – Volkswagen Sarajevo d.o.o. plans to produce 3,736 cars this year, up 20.4% from the 3,102 built in 2004. The Volkswagen AG joint venture plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina assembles the cars from semi-knocked-down kits. The 2005 forecast includes about 2,010 Skoda Auto a.s. cars, about even with year-ago. In addition to 1,350 Skoda Fabias in the plan, VW Sarajevo expects to assemble 410 first-generation Skoda Octavia and 250 new Octavia models. The new Octavia is slated for a midyear ...

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