Japanese Suzuki not to cut jobs at Hungarys plant.

By bne IntelliNews January 17, 2012
The Hungarian unit of Japanese car maker Suzuki will not lay off workers at its Esztergom plant, despite the decision to cease the manufacturing of the Opel Agila models as of 2012, MTI news agency reported. The company plans to replace the production with that of another model. It targets output of 170,000 vehicles in 2012, unchanged in annual terms. Esztergom plant currently employs 3,400 workers.
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