Volkswagen plans to speed up Russian plant -report


FRANKFURT, July 31 (Reuters) - Volkswagen wants to speed up its plan to assemble cars in the fast-growing Russian market, German trade newspaper Automobilwoche reported. The trade paper, without quoting any source, said the firm favoured a plant around Moscow that should start production in the middle of 2007. It said the plant should assemble up to 200,000 cars a year. A company spokesman said Volkswagen was still considering a plant in Russia, adding that there was no new ...

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