BorgWarner mulls Lithuania diesel systems plant


VILNIUS, May 21 (Reuters) - BorgWarner , a supplier for U.S. automaker Ford , is considering building a diesel fuel injection systems plant in Lithuania, former Ford executive George Jurgutis said on Friday. The plant would need an investment of 17.5 to 20 million euros ($21 to 24 million) to build some 300,000 high-tech turbochargers a year from early 2006, Jurgutis, now a Lithuanian honorary consul to Detroit and BorgWarner's consultant on the Lithuanian bid, told Reuters. Jurgitis ...

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