Volkswagen AG says it will build 4-door and GTI versions of the new-generation Golf at its plant in Puebla, Mexico, beginning mid-2005. The auto maker will invest $100 million in the facility for production of the new model, while boosting employment by up to 1,000 people. VW will build the new Golf in Mexico. The Golf program is part of VW’s plan to invest $2 billion in Mexico through 2008. It is anticipated the additional investment could include global assembly of the ...

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