Dogus: No talks with Volkswagen on production plant in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews January 31, 2012
Dogus Otomotiv did not have any talks with Volkswagen on production in Turkey, and there was no agreement between Dogus and the German carmaker, the company said in a statement issued to the Istanbul Stock Exchange. The statement was released in response to a report in local daily Hurriyet earlier this week suggesting that the German carmaker was seriously considering establishing a plant in Turkey. Dogus Otomotiv explained in the statement that the German company only carried out an internal study on automotive production, costs and local market and Dogus exchanged data on these issues with Volkswagen. Dogus imports Volkswagen cars.
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