FRANKFURT, Germany – Volkswagen may produce light-commercial vehicles in the U.S., Eckhard Scholz, CEO of VW’s commercial-vehicle division, tells WardsAuto at the auto show here. Volkswagen LCVs currently are manufactured in Germany, Poland, Brazil and Argentina. The auto maker is seeking to boost its global presence in the segment. The next step in VW’s global strategy is to step up activity in South America. “Then the big issues come – China, Russia ...

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