GENEVA – Volkswagen AG will decide, within the next six months, whether to produce its new Golf at its Puebla, Mexico, plant. After speaking to the media at a preview event for the auto show here, VW Chairman Bernd Pischetsrieder says there has been no concrete decision on the fate of Golf production in Mexico. VW says it has no firm plans to build the new Golf in Mexico. “I keep reading these reports, but there has been no decision to build the Golf in Mexico. There is huge ...
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