Volkswagen AG says it will build a multimillion-dollar, 360,000-sq.-ft. auto parts distribution center in suburban Fort Worth, TX, that will supply 51 VW and 23 Audi dealerships in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming. The center is expected to begin operations this July and employ 50-100 workers. • Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says operating profit rose 130% in the latest half-year, proof positive that the restructuring plan is working. Nissan reports a ...
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