Volkswagen's China unit to get more autonomy -paper


FRANKFURT, July 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Chinese unit is set to become more autonomous from its German parent by cutting its reliance on auto components and expertise imported from outside China, the Financial Times Deutschland said. Winfried Vahland, the head of Volkswagen Group China told the German paper that more research and development will be done in China going forward. Eventually, VW's Chinese operations want to cease imports of components from outside China altogether, the ...

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