SHANGHAI — Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive Co. Ltd. denies reports in the Chinese media that the leading automotive joint venture plans to stop producing its popular Santana model line by 2005. A company spokesman says the Santana models have continued to enjoy the biggest share in the country's car market and that the Santana still is the company's main product line. Shanghai-VW recently introduced new models to its lineup. But not only won't Shanghai-VW be dropping the model, it has no ...

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