BUDAPEST, April 28 (Reuters) - A Hungarian environmental group has appealed against the land use permit issued for German car maker Audi's 900 million euro ($1.34 billion) expansion of its plant in Hungary, news agency MTI reported on Thursday. Audi, a unit of Volkswagen AG , plans to lift production to 125,000 vehicles a year once its expanded plant in Gyor, in western Hungary, begins full production from 2013, creating 1,800 new jobs and giving a major boost to Hungary's export-driven ...
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