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Skoda auto has incorporated its ambitious sustainability goals into its Green future


ŠKODA AUTO combines its commitment to sustainability along the entire value chain and concrete measures to consistently minimise the ecological footprint of the company’s activities under the umbrella of its ‘Green Future’ strategy.

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