CHANTILLY, Virginia, U.S.A. — Audi AG Chairman Franz-Josef Paefgen says his company will announce by the end of the year plans to produce vehicles in one of 20 Volkswagen AG plants that now have excess capacity. The plant is needed because Audi is virtually stretched to its limit in production capacity with more than 700,000 units annually the company forecasts it will sell this year. With plans to sell more than 1 million cars annually in four to five years, Audi will need at least one ...

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