Volkswagen's Skoda Auto February deliveries down 2 percent due to China

Volkswagen's Czech unit Skoda Auto saw global deliveries drop 2 percent to 90,900 cars year-on-year in February, mainly due to depressed Chinese market, the carmaker said on Wednesday.
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