GYOR, Hungary, Aug 29 (Reuters) - German car maker Audi said on Thursday it was expanding its engine production in Hungary, a welcome signal of new money at a time when foreign investment in Hungary has been stagnating. The Volkswagen-owned firm opened a new 135-million-euro plant at its existing premises in the northwest city of Gyor, which will boost daily output of Audi's eight-cylinder engines to around 250 from a current 100. The extended plant takes Audi Hungary's total investment ...
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