VIENNA – Kia Motors Slovakia this week will begin recruiting workers for a third shift expected to launch in first-quarter 2012 at its car plant in Teplicka nad Vahom near Zilina, Slovakia. The auto maker’s engine plant has been running on three shifts since September 2009. Kia Slovakia plans to add some 1,000 workers by the end of this year, bringing its total number of employees to about 4,000. Several thousand new jobs also are to be created at suppliers, the company says. The ...

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