Audi AG is set to launch the largest investment program in the company’s history, with plans to spend €11.6 billion ($15.3 billion) on fixed assets by 2015. The German auto maker says it also intends to hire about 1,200 skilled employees in 2011 to help ensure leadership in the premium-car segment. Audi’s spending primarily will involve new products and technologies, as well as upgrading its manufacturing facilities. More than €5 billion ($6.6 billion) is earmarked for Ingolstadt and ...
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