BUDAPEST, Sept 22 (Reuters) - German car maker Audi could announce a 1 billion euro ($1.33 billion) investment to expand its existing plant in Hungary, the news agency AFP said on Wednesday. AFP, citing a source close to the deal, said Prime Minister Viktor Orban was likely to announce the investment. The Hungarian government said earlier in the day that Orban and Audi Chairman Rupert Stadler would hold a joint news conference on Thursday at 1430 GMT. It did not disclose the aim of the ...
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