PRAGUE (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s Porsche (PSHG_p.DE) plans building a new plant to make car bodies in Slovakia, where it may create up to 1,200 jobs, Slovak newspaper Dennik N reported on Friday.

The sport cars maker already has one plant in the country and it has been constructing a development centre.

Slovakia is the world’s biggest per capita car producer, with 1.1 million vehicles in 2019.

Reporting by Robert Muller, editing by Louise Heavens

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