VIENNA – Construction is under way on Russian contract assembler Avtotor’s automotive cluster in Kaliningrad that will include a new facility to build BMW vehicles, plus several other vehicle and parts plants. Avtotor assembles BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Kia and Opel cars, as well as Hyundai light-commercial trucks. The project covers 2,965 acres (1,200 ha). Plans call for six plants to be built with combined capacity for complete-knocked-down assembly of 250,000 ...

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