JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Volkswagen South Africa begins construction of a new $116 million paint shop at its assembly plant in Uitenhage. The new paint shop is part of the parent Volkswagen AG’s $311 million investment in South Africa over the next three years and is in addition to the $320 million Volkswagen already has spent in the last five years on the new plant and new model introductions. VW Golf is built in South Africa. Volkswagen SA Managing Director Andreas Tostmann ...
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