VW threatens to move Polo out of Spain -union


MADRID, March 30 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen has threatened to move production of its Polo model away from Spain if strikes continue at its Landaben plant in the northern Navarre region, a union spokesman said on Thursday. "The head of the employees' committee has received a letter in which there is a threat to assign the Polo to other factories in the group," a spokesman at union UGT said. The head of production and logistics at the plant, Reinhard Jung, has set April 7 as ...

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