Volkswagen AG’s supervisory board is expected to decide Monday where it will locate its first assembly plant in the U.S. since the German auto maker shuttered a facility in Pennsylvania 20 years ago. Jill Bratina, a spokeswoman for Volkswagen of America Inc., confirms the board will meet July 14 and a decision regarding the plant is on its agenda. “A decision will come afterwards,” she says, while declining to offer a more specific timeline. Volkswagen has narrowed a location for the ...

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