BRATISLAVA, Feb 24 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen's Slovak unit will face problems meeting its 2004 production targets for the four-wheel-drive Touareg model, a senior executive said on Tuesday. Volkswagen's Slovak arm aims to raise the output of its Touareg sport utility vehicle by 50 percent this year, from 60,000 units in 2003, to meet unexpectedly high demand. "We want to produce 90,000 Touaregs this year... and it seems that that is still not enough. We will have big ...
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