Volkswagen plans to double output from Kenya plant, Kenyan presidency says


NAIROBI, Jan 12 (Reuters) - German automaker Volkswagen (VW) plans to double output at its Kenyan assembly plant and could build a second model there, Kenya's presidential office said without giving a timeline. VW set up the vehicle assembly plant in 2016, resuming production in Kenya after a four decade break. The plant has started by assembling VW's Vivo model. President Uhuru Kenyatta was told by VW's South Africa chief Thomas Schaefer "the firm was exploring ...


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