VIENNA – Daihatsu Motor Co. Ltd. is considering a plant in Eastern Europe, Hungarian press reports say. Possible sites include locations in Hungary and the Czech Republic. A decision is expected in 2004. CzechInvest, the Czech investment agency, declines comment on the reports. However, it does say the Czech Republic is in the running for plants under consideration by two foreign car makers that are considering production in Eastern Europe. That doesn’t include Hyundai ...
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