HAMBURG, Germany, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen plans to build a new small Audi model at its plant in Brussels in a move that could assuage workers' anger at sweeping job cuts at the factory, a source familiar with matter said on Monday. Audi chief Martin Winterkorn, who becomes VW group chief executive at the end of the year, will discuss this week with Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt how to bridge the gap until the new Audi A1 model starts production in 2009, the source ...
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