NECKERSULM, Germany – Some 100 Audi AG factory trainees have returned to their home plant here after spending several months of temporary duty at DaimlerChrysler AG's Rastatt plant where the Mercedes B-Class is ramping up. The unusual loan of workers helped both auto makers, an Audi spokeswoman says. Last June, Audi was winding down production of the A2 at Neckersulm, where aluminum-bodied and large cars are built. The 100 trainees had finished their apprenticeships in the assembly, ...

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