BRATISLAVA, May 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen will boost output at its Slovak plant this year to around 250,000 cars due to high demand for its models, VW Slovakia Chairman Andreas Tostmann, said on Friday. Europe's top car maker said in March it expected to make between 220,000 and 230,000 vehicles in 2007 in its Slovak factory, which is the country's biggest company by sales and its largest exporter. "We see a strong demand for our Touareg as well as for Polo and (Audi) Q7. Therefore, ...
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