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Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Jaguars made in Poland?

The British automaker Jaguar has made Poland one of two finalists for an auto factory involving more than 7 billion zloty ($1.85 billion) in investments,  according to Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechocinski. Poland is competing with Slovakia to provide a site for the plant, which would produce 350,000 vehicles a year starting in 2019.

The project would be “the biggest investment in the car manufacturing industry in Poland,” Piechocinski said Friday.

Jaguar opened a plant in China last year its first outside the U.K. with capacity to build 130,000 vehicles annually, the division’s first factory outside the U.K. It’s also building a factory in Brazil scheduled to open in 2016.

Auto manufacturers with plants in Poland include General Motors and Fiat-Chrysler.


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