VIENNA – Adam Opel GmbH will boost engine production significantly at its General Motors Powertrain-Hungary Ltd. plant in Szentgotthard, Hungary. With an investment of €500 million ($656 million), the 20-year-old site will be expanded and prepared for the production of three new engine families. Opel will build a family of small gasoline engines, a group of medium-sized gasoline engines and a lineup of medium-sized diesel engines at the plant. The new engines will be installed in ...

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