VIENNA – Exports to China from Volkswagen AG’s Czech subsidiary Skoda Auto a.s. are being affected by the severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak there. The auto maker has yet to receive import licenses from China for the year, a company source says. Under normal circumstances, the licenses arrive in April at the latest. However, they are delayed this year as the result of closed offices in China, and the Czech auto maker has no idea when conditions will change. Skoda originally ...

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