VIENNA – Daimler AG celebrates the completion of its Mercedes-Benz Mfg. Hungary Kft. car plant in Kecskemet, about 53 miles (86 km) southeast of the Hungarian capital of Budapest. Construction of the German auto maker’s first passenger-vehicle factory in Eastern Europe took one year to complete. Daimler is investing some €800 million ($1.1 billion) in the facility, which has a 100,000-unit annual capacity. The Kecskemet plant will build two of the four models to come from Mercedes’ ...
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