BRATISLAVA, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Volkswagen plans to produce 400,000 cars at its Slovak site next year, reaching the assembly plant's anticipated full annual capacity, the Slovak unit said on Wednesday. Volkswagen, planning to invest an additional 1 billion euros in the euro zone country by 2015, wants to boost output capacity with the introduction of a new small car, due this autumn. The factory's current annual production capacity is 280,000 cars. "We plan to produce 400,000 new cars ...
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