TEPLICKA NAD VAHOM, Slovakia – Slovak Prime Minister Iveta Radicova and Kia Motors Slovakia management inaugurate a second engine plant here. The factory, with annual capacity of 150,000 units, will increase Kia’s total production in Slovakia by 50%, to 450,000 a year. The auto maker expects full additional capacity will be reached in 2012 or 2013. Kia invested more than €100 million ($135 million) in the second engine shop, which employs about 160 people but eventually will increase ...

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