Amid slow sales for its Beetle small car, Volkswagen AG initiates a 3-day work stoppage at its Puebla, Mexico, plant. The closure will take place May 2-4 and will reduce production by 3,900 units. VW’s Puebla plant is the sole producer of the Beetle. The plant also produces the Jetta, Golf Cabrio and Golf sedans. Recent slowdown in demand for the vehicles, most notably the Beetle, caused VW to take action to reduce output. Workers idled as a result of the work stoppage are to be paid ...

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