VIENNA – Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov joins Litex and Great Wall Motor management for the inauguration of the first assembly plant for Great Wall cars within the European Union. Litex Motors, the joint venture between Bulgaria’s Litex and Chinese auto maker Great Wall, erected a greenfield plant in Bakhovitsa, a village near the city of Lovech, about 93 miles (150 km) northeast of the Bulgarian capital, Sofia. The initial investment is E28 million ($37.3 million), ...

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