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  Volkswagen News - Topix
Volkswagen, the world's fourth-largest carmaker, is considering building a new North American factory if the dollar stays weak, Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn said in an interview with German magazine...
When the president of Bosnia and Herzogovina toured the Volkswagen Slovakia plant in late May, it was hard to tell who had the most power - the visiting head of state or the plant directors who greeted him.
Volkswagen AG's joint venture with First Automotive Works Corp, one of the top Sino-foreign car partnerships, expects its 2007 profits to climb by at least a quarter, helped by brisk sales and cost-cutting...
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  Volkswagen - Wikicars
In 1991, Volkswagen launched the third-generation Golf, garnering the European Car of the Year for 1992 (the previous two generations were nominated but lost to the Citroën CX in 1975 and the Fiat Uno in 1984).
The current Volkswagen Golf was launched in late 2003, came runner-up to the Fiat Panda in the 2004 European Car of the Year, and has so far spawned the new generation SEAT Toledo, Skoda Octavia and Audi A3 hatchback ranges as well as a new mini-MPV, the Seat Altea.
Volkswagen Beetles were so tightly constructed that it was difficult to close the door without opening a window.
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  Volkswagen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Volkswagen (pronounced folksvagen; meaning: "people's car"; also known as VW or "V-Dub") is an automobile manufacturer based in Wolfsburg, Germany in the State of Lower Saxony.
Volkswagens were first exhibited and sold in the United States in 1949.
Volkswagen's relations with its unions and its relationship with the government of the German state of Lower Saxony, which owns stock in VW, remain impediments to further progress.
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Volkswagen (VW) is an automobile manufacturer based in Wolfsburg, Germany, the core of VAG, one of the world's four biggest car producers.
The car and its town changed their Nazi-era names to Volkswagen and Wolfsburg respectively, and production was increasing.
The company has had a close relationship with Porsche, the Stuttgart-based sportscar manufacturer founded in 1947 by Ferry Porsche[?], son of the designer of the original Volkswagen.
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