Volkswagen AG is planning to set up a separate manufacturing facility in Maharashtra, India, while Czech subsidiary Skoda will create an export hub in the same region to serve Southeast Asia. VW and Skoda in February presented plans to state officials, who reportedly pledged total cooperation. They now are in the process of finalizing a plant site. The development is seen as a shot in the arm for Maharashtra, which lost out to southern states in the past when auto makers were scouting ...

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