BRATISLAVA — When Volkswagen AG announced that the new Colorado sport/utility vehicle would be built exclusively in the Slovak capital city of Bratislava, the country's sole car plant — Volkswagen Slovakia a.s., along with the local growing supplier industry, were thrust into the international limelight. Only a few people believed things would take such a positive turn when the first Passat models were assembled at the plant in December 1992. The plant now builds the Golf and Bora and is ...

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