VW changes plans for Mexico production PUEBLO, Mexico — With sales in the U.S. picking back up, Volkswagen AG cancels the last day of a temporary work stoppage. VW planned seven days of no production, from April 16 to May 12, following a sales slowdown in North America. The company now says the slowdown is unnecessary with sales of VW vehicles increasing. Earlier this year, the automaker said it was cutting production from 425,000 vehicles to 420,000.

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