BERLIN, Jan 25 (Reuters) - German car maker Volkswagen will expand production of the Golf hatchback to Mexico next year to boost deliveries of its best-selling model in North America. VW will start assembling the seventh-generation Golf in Puebla in 2014, a spokesman for the Wolfsburg-based company said on Friday. The Puebla plant already makes the Beetle, the Jetta compact sedan and the Golf estate. Expanding production of its top seller to Mexico is part ...
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