VIENNA – Adam Opel will pour more money into its newly built, flexible engine plant in Szentgotthard, Hungary, marking the second time this year the auto maker will increase its investment in the operation. The latest project calls for an outlay of €60 million ($77 million) to add capacity for 70,000 new 1.8L gasoline engines. More than 100 jobs will be created. Output of the new 1.8L is to start in late 2015. Opel has not provided details on the engine. The Flex Plant was ...

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