German car-making group Volkswagen resumed production at its biggest factory on Monday as part of a broader industry drive to get back to work in Europe, where the coronavirus pandemic has hammered demand and pushed up inventory levels.

Encouraged by a fall in infection rates, Germany has eased lockdown rules. Vehicle manufacturers are relying on the country’s ability to trace and contain new coronavirus cases to safely restore operations in Europe’s largest economy...

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