VW resumes car production in Mexico MEXICO CITY — New Beetle and Jetta production stops at the Volkswagen de Mexico plant in Puebla after a work stoppage at a Siemens AG plant supplying VW. At least 700 Jettas and 600 New Beetles were not built. The auto supplier is now renegotiating its contract with workers. Separately, VW announced it would invest US$1 billion in the plant. The investment will occur over a period of time, from 2000 to 2004, and will be used to modernize, improve and ...

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