OSLO, April 29 (Reuters) - Norwegian industrial group Norsk Hydro said on Tuesday its magnesium plant in Bottrop, Germany, would double its recycling capacity to 15,000 tonnes by September 2004 due to increasing demand. "Increasing demand in the car industry for magnesium die-cast applications and a growinng need for recycling activities drive this capacity increase," Norsk Hydro, the metals, energy and fertiliser group, said in a statement. The company said it would invest 2.8 million ...
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