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VW finally turns its attention towards the US


Volkswagen AG last year bested General Motors to become the second largest automaker in the world. While certain regions contributed to the rise, North America was not among them. Especially the core Volkswagen brand has had a tumultuous recent history in the US, where its lone factory went through a workers' vote to decide whether they want UAW representation. A positive ...
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