Power Outage Cuts Into Production at VW's Largest Plant

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By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, March 10 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG said on Monday it was still seeking the cause of a weekend power outage at its biggest factory and said production had been cut by several hundred vehicles, more than it initially estimated. The outage affecting generators at VW's Wolfsburg-based plant, which occurred early on Saturday and lasted for several hours, also affected adjacent parts of the northern German city, where Europe's largest automotive group is ...

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