SAO PAULO – Brazil truck maker Volkswagen Caminhoes e Onibus has plans to install an assembly line at Volkswagen AG’s plant in Puebla, Mexico, to assemble completely knocked-down trucks produced in Brazil. The company is awaiting final approval from the parent company in Germany. Sources claim the proposed move to Puebla is to placate unions unhappy with VW’s plan to cut jobs there. (See related story: Mexican Workers Protest VW Contract Demands) VW may assemble CKD heavy-duty ...

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