BUDAPEST, July 23 (Reuters) - Japanese car maker Suzuki has been fined by the government of the Hungarian town of Esztergom for starting to build a new manufacturing hall without permission, daily paper Nepszabadsag reported on Friday. Nepszabadsag said the fine was 786 million forints ($3.86 million), adding that Suzuki -- one of the top foreign investors and exporters in Hungary -- said it might relocate production elsewhere if it has to pay the fine. Suzuki's press chief Tamas Tihanyi ...
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