Suzuki says to build Wagon R at Opel Poland plant


TOKYO, Jan 31 (Reuters) - Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp. will transfer production of its Wagon R+ model, now built in Hungary, to Opel's assembly plant in Poland at the end of February, a spokesman said on Monday. Suzuki, a maker of small cars owned one-fifth by General Motors Corp. , needs to make room at its factory in northern Hungary to build the new Swift, a strategic model also made in Japan and to be produced soon in China and India. The Opel Polska plant in Poland builds the Agila ...

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