BUDAPEST, June 27 (Reuters) - Hungarian bus maker NABI said on Thursday it was opening a new 1.4 billion forint ($5.63 million) plant at Kaposvar, southwest Hungary. The 5,000 square metre facility, begun over a year ago, will produce glass fibre reinforced bodies for NABI's lightweight 45C-LFW "Compobus" model. The company said it had orders for the Compobus from the United States worth more than $100 million. NABI officials said there was an order for 160 buses, including options. ...
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