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VW increases car assembly at Blava plant

German automaker Volkswagen increased its car assembly in Slovakia by 6.0 percent to 2,955 units in March 1997 from 2,785 units in March 1996, according to information the company released on April 28.
VW assembles cars in Slovakia at its subsidiary, where partly-built models arrive in kits from VW in Germany. VW Bratislava, which expects to assemble roughly 30,000 cars this year, increased its output 53 percent to 30,147 units in 1996 from 19,688 units in 1995.
VW has invested over 750 million Sk in VW Bratislava.

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