MUMBAI, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Volkswagen plans to make light commercial vehicles in India with a local company, and is in talks with some potential partners, the Business Line newspaper said on Thursday, citing a company official. The plan was part of the German automaker's international strategy involving China and India, and required vehicles to be made locally there, it cited Harald Schomburg, a board member of its commercial vehicles' sales and marketing arm, as saying. Volkswagen, ...
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