SAO PAULO – Volkswagen AG says it will invest $200 million over the next three years to update its production facilities plant in Argentina and increase production of gearshift and transmission systems and other components. “We think there are good chances of the auto industry recovering in Argentina," says Victor Klima, president of VW Argentina SA. VW Polo Classic ranked No.4 in Argentina’s 2002 passenger car sales. The German auto maker, which builds the Gol and Polo ...
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