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Published on October 8th, 2013 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez

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Hyundai’s Czech plant sees output at full capacity

Hyundai’s plant in the Czech Republic plans to build 300,000 cars in this year and keep production at full capacity in the coming years. The factory produced 303,035 vehicles in 2012, its first full year at capacity. Spokesman Petr Vanek said the plan was to keep the plant at capacity in the future regardless of the situation in European markets as production is also exported to other countries, such as Australia and South Africa.

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