VW resumes output at China plant following COVID outbreak


BEIJING — Volkswagen’s vehicle plant with FAW in Tianjin, China, resumed production on Friday after shutting on Jan. 10 because of recent COVID-19 outbreaks in the eastern Chinese city, the German automaker said.

“The FAW-Volkswagen vehicle plant had temporarily shut down operations due to missing parts from suppliers and pending COVID-19 test results of employees.

Production was resumed on Friday, 21st January,” the company said.

The plant builds the Audi Q3 SUV alongside VW models for the local market, according to a company website.

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