SHANGHAI, May 28 (Reuters) - Auto giant Volkswagen may outsource production of some of its best-selling cars in China to relieve pressure on a Shanghai plant working overtime to keep pace with booming car sales, a spokesman said on Wednesday. Shanghai Volkswagen, a joint venture plant, made 32,200 cars in April, up 25 percent on the year, he said. Sales in the first four months jumped 80 percent to 128,214, but that was markedly slower than the market's overall expansion. Car output in ...
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