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Volkswagen delegation to visit city soon

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Auto major reiterates resolve to set up car factory in State

HYDERABAD: The German auto major, Volkswagen, has informed the State Government that it will soon send a team of officials to Hyderabad for further negotiations on setting up the proposed car factory in Andhra Pradesh.

Reports indicate the auto major may, in fact, be contemplating shifting the venue of the plant to another coastal district from Visakhapatnam it had proposed earlier as its air connectivity is not up to expectations.

In such a case, the company is likely to opt for a suitable place in Nellore district in view of its proximity to Chennai, which has better air and sea connectivity besides a large auto ancillary base.

The State Government has, however, been assured that there was no plan to opt for any other State in the country as the company has zeroed in on Andhra Pradesh taking into consideration several options, it is learnt.

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