Volkswagen Group

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Volkswagen Group (sometimes abbreviated to VW Group[5] and previously known as VAG[6]) is a German automobile manufacturing group. As of 2008, Volkswagen was ranked as the world’s third largest motor vehicle manufacturer.[7]

The Group's parent company Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft,[8] (FWBVOW3), usually abbreviated to Volkswagen AG, develops vehicles and components for all marques of the whole Group, and also manufactures complete vehicles for the Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles marques.[8] Volkswagen Group is divided into two primary divisions: the Automotive Division, and the Financial Services Division.[1] The Group consists of 342 Group companies, which are involved in either vehicle production or other related automotive services.[1]

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