SAO PAULO — Volkswagen AG is looking to Brazilian transport firms to help supply parts and components for its new global car, the Polo, which will be launched in Brazil next year. The transporter will collect the parts as needed. The new policy offers the auto maker greater flexibility. The company so far has entered into contracts with some three dozen transport operators in the area.
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