GRAZ, Austria — In just six years, Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnick’s assembly plant here has practically quadrupled its output, from just more than 20,000 units annually to a projected 83,000 total vehicles for calendar 2001. With worldwide overcapacity issues reaching critical mass, this operation seems to be the exception that proves the rule. The Magna Steyr plant, the vehicle-production group within the giant Magna International conglomerate, has seen its fortunes rise because of ...
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