ESZTERGOM, Hungary – Magyar Suzuki plans to produce more cars destined for the Russian market at its plant here and is considering the possibility of exports to North Africa. “I think the Russian market will show a big increase in 2011,” Hisashi Takeuchi, managing director of Magyar Suzuki, tells Ward’s. In 2008, Russia was the largest market for Hungarian-made Suzuki cars, but demand there dropped drastically due to the economic crisis, and Germany became the auto maker’s main export ...

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