Volkswagen AG’s SEAT SA unit says it will retain production and jobs in Spain despite a decision last week to build the Ibiza in Slovakia. A Spanish minister tells Reuters that he has been assured by the auto maker that no job cuts will take place in Spain. SEAT will be building the Ibiza in Bratislava, Slovakia, as well as the plant where it is currently built in Martorell, Spain, near Barcelona. However, SEAT parent VW announced Oct. 1 that it was cutting jobs at its Spanish plant in ...

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