Volkswagen AG says it now plans to spend €33.3 billion ($33.4 billion) on new products and improved production technologies over the next five years, as it looks to boost annual worldwide sales to 6 million vehicles by 2007. The auto maker says it will invest 67% of the total in production facilities and vehicles produced at its German plants. The total investment is slightly higher than the amount approved by the board in the spring and marks a concrete commitment by the ...
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