Volkswagen AG may consider building a second plant in Mexico, according to a report in the Mexican daily newspaper Milenio. The paper reports the facility would be built in the same region as VW’s existing Puebla passenger-car plant. The new Mexican plant likely would replace a facility in Brussels, Belgium, and help the auto maker reduce the negative financial impacts of the weak U.S dollar and strong euro. Officials at VW’s Mexican subsidiary were not available for comment, but a VW ...

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