NYSA, Poland – Employees of Nysa Motor, a Polish car plant that belonged to Daewoo-FSO Motor Sp. z o.o. and went bankrupt in June 2002, again have hope. A new Polish company is building Polonez pickup truck. A new company, called Polska Fabryka Samochodow (PFS) – or Polish Car Factory in English – has been created to restart production at the plant here. Shareholders of the new company are Polish companies Anyro & Co. of Warsaw and Factor Company of Zamoscie, with each ...

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