SZENTGOTTHARD, Hungary — Allison Transmission, a division of General Motors Corp., officially inaugurates its first European transmission plant in Hungary. But the plant won't concentrate solely on the European market. The company is eyeing China as a possible export market. Observers say the Hungarian government may offer incentives for export to the Asian country. The US$31.4 million plant is part of the Opel Hungary Mfg. Ltd. factory here, taking over the 5,300 sq.-m (6,339 sq.-yds.) ...
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