Indian car parts supplier PMP to withdraw from Hungary.

By bne IntelliNews July 12, 2010
Indian producer of car windscreen wipers PMP will stop production at its Hungarian plant, located in Veszprem, western Hungary, business daily Napi Gazdasag reported. The investor plans to relocate its operations to the Czech Republic since it did not find an appropriate industrial base for its projects in Hungary and it was no longer able to produce wiper systems for the Hungarian plant of Japanese car maker Suzuki. The move would result in the dismissal of the seventy workers in the plant.

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