BERLIN, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Germany's Volkswagen is considering building a new Audi model at a plant in Brussels which the carmaker had this week earmarked for heavy job cuts, Germany's Spiegel magazine reported on Saturday. Europe's biggest carmaker had said on Tuesday it planned to stop making its best-selling Golf in the Brussels plant to cut costs. The move would mean reducing the factory's 4,900 staff to 1,500. But Spiegel said VW could start building a new small A1 model for its ...
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