Porsche is enjoying a solid string of success lately. With new models being planned and the continued popularity of its existing models, Porsche has planned to expand its Leipzig plant. The company will begin labor talks over the next few weeks. Key points of discussion include the future of Leipzig and job security for its current workforce. The work council there should have some success with its agenda considering the success and profitibility of Porsche. The potential success of the Panamera will futher stretch Porsche's resources.
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