Volkswagen AG is shifting production of its ubiquitous Santana car to the city of Yizheng in the Chinese province of Jiangsu. VW will be moving production to 50/50 joint-venture partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp.’s existing plant in Yizheng, but an SAIC official tells Bloomberg News VW may build its own plant there. It will be VW’s third auto assembly location in China and will open up space at VW and SAIC’s Shanghai plant, which currently produces the Santana. Shanghai will ...
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