DETROIT – Volkswagen AG has big plans for its Puebla, Mexico, plant, where the auto maker says it will double annual output from the current 250,000-unit level within the next two years. Chief Financial Officer Hans Dieter Potsch tells Ward’s VW’s Mexican plant will produce a second Jetta-based vehicle by 2007.(See related story: Puebla Transforms for A5 Jetta Production) Volkswagen ’05 Jetta “There is another product which has already been determined,” Potsch says in an interview ...
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