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Audi Hungaria revenue climbs one-third

Automotive

German carmaker Audi's unit in Hungary generated first-half revenue of €3.712 bln, an increase of one-third from €2.796 bln in the same period a year earlier, Audi Hungária Motor reported on Friday.

Audi's base in Győr turned out 1,066,236 engines in H1, up from 1,019,595 in the same period a year earlier. The number of cars that rolled off the assembly line in Győr climbed to 66,640 from 13,416. Headcount at the planat rose from 9,393 to 10,756.

Audi invested €289 mln in the first half of 2014 compared to €335 mln in 2013, bringing total investments to €7.024 bln since the foundation of Audi Hungária. The data shows Audi Hungária produced 45,578 of its A3 Limousine model and 10,756 of its Cabriolet in the first half of 2014, up from 402 and 2,633, respectively.

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