VIENNA – Hyundai Motor Mfg. Czech s. r.o.’s plan to construct a second transmission plant at its site in Nosovice, Czech Republic, has hit a snag, as the auto maker still is waiting for the necessary approval to begin work. The regional office in Ostrava, the capital of the region where HMMC is located, has withdrawn the permission issued by a local building authority, saying the decision included errors and was contrary to law. A family living close to the plant and a citizens’ action ...

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