SZENTGOTTHARD, Hungary -- The European trend toward diesel engines concerns the workers at General Motors Corp.'s Opel Hungary plant -- because they make gasoline engines. However, says plant manager Rudolph Hamp, "we strongly believe that there will always be a demand for strong petrol engines. And with Fiat (GM and Fiat Auto SpA have an all-encompassing powertrain alliance for Europe), we expect an overall increase in demand for our engine family." Opel Hungary has been part of the ...
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