PSA Peugeot Citroen has chosen Slovakia as the location for a new E700 million ($738.9 million) automotive manufacturing plant. The site will be located in the city of Trnava, 30 miles (45 km) outside the capital of Bratislava, reports Reuters. The plant is slated to open in 2006 with 3,500 workers and ultimately produce 300,000 vehicles a year, making it Peugeot’s second-largest assembly site. Poland originally was thought to be the front-runner for the new plant, which could see a ...
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