PRAGUE, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Czech unit, Skoda Auto, will resume a five-day working week for most of its models as of March, thanks to a pick up in demand, a Skoda spokesman said on Thursday. Skoda had halted work on Fridays and planned a four-day week for the whole first half of 2009 due to the financial crisis. Skoda's Jarolsav Cerny said an introduction of a scrap subsidy in some EU coutries, including Germany, Skoda's key market, helped boost demand for the Czech ...
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