FRANKFURT, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Volkswagen is to outsource some of its car parts production to its Czech unit Skoda as part of a far-reaching cost-cutting plan, Germany's Automobilwoche reported, citing company sources. Production would be reduced accordingly in Kassel, Germany and at the Seat factory in Prat, Spain, the industry weekly said in an advance copy of an article to be published on Monday. Skoda chief Detlef Wittig told the paper that Skoda's portfolio would rise to five model ...
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