VW expects to resume German production in summer

Europe

BERLIN — Volkswagen expects to resume car production in Germany in the summer after the automaker was forced to suspend output due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“We assume that Germany will return to normal in the summer,” VW brand’s sales and marketing chief, Juergen Stackmann, told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Stackmann said he did not expect the virus to disappear again quickly but added: “The standstill cannot last longer than summer. Society and the economy cannot withstand that.”

“We must learn how to live with the virus,” he said in the interview published on Wednesday.

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