VW says EUR560 mln Argentina investment to create 2,500 jobs


BERLIN, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Volkswagen said plans to spend about 560 million euros ($654 million) at its Argentinian plant to build a new sport-utility vehicle will yield about 2,500 new jobs. News of the investment at Volkswagen's (VW) automotive terminal in Pacheco was disclosed earlier on Friday by the governor of Buenos Aires province. The German carmaker plans to launch 20 new models in Latin America by 2020, stoking demand with a goal of returning to profit ...


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