VIENNA – An upcoming new model from Skoda Auto reportedly may be manufactured in Mexico. The car, dubbed Global Compact Limousine internally and earlier known as the A-Entry, is set to launch in 2012 and would wear a SEAT badge if it is made in Mexico by parent Volkswagen, the Czech Ekonom business weekly reports citing local supplier sources. Skoda is Volkswagen’s Czech Republic subsidiary and SEAT is its Spanish arm. The new model will be made at Skoda’s main plant in Mlada ...

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