BorgWarner says not considering Lithuania plant


FRANKFURT, May 25 (Reuters) - U.S. car parts maker BorgWarner Inc on Tuesday denied comments by a former Ford executive that the company, a Ford supplier, was considering building a plant in Lithuania to make turbochargers. "Because of the growth of diesel engines in Europe, our business continues to expand, but we are not considering a plant in Lithuania at this time," said Mary Brevard, the company's head of corporate communications. She was reacting to comments on Friday from former ...

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