MEXICO CITY — Volkswagen AG may not be planning another plant in Mexico, but the automaker is opening a design center and launching three new cars onto the market. VW will open its new US$50 million design center on the site of its Puebla plant in December. The facility will house 40-60 people, who will start off designing small plastic parts. Eventually, the engineers will increase the size of the parts and work toward designing a car, a VW spokesperson says. In conjunction with design ...

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