Volkswagen AG’s move to have its Audi AG unit produce the new Audi A1 small car at the auto maker’s assembly plant in Brussels reportedly will ease layoffs scheduled for the plant. VW sparked outrage last week when it announced it would end Golf production at the factory, which also makes the VW Polo, and cut approximately 3,500 jobs from the plant’s 5,000-strong workforce. However, the auto maker may need up to 3,000 workers to handle output of the expected 100,000 A1s to be produced ...
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