VIENNA – Production of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class may be moved from the Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik plant in Graz, Austria, to Daimler’s new plant in Hungary,the Kleine Zeitung, a daily newspaper published in Graz, reports. Daimler reportedly is asking for a new contract from Magna Steyr that would lower costs, otherwise it may build the G-Class at the new Mercedes-Benz Mfg. Hungary plant in Kecskemet starting in 2013. Magna Steyr President Guenther Apfalter has confirmed to ...

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