Opel’s expansion receives state subsidy
The Hungarian unit of U.S.-owned carmaker Opel is supported with a HUF 154 mln state subsidy for the establishment of a training center at its Szentgotthárd-located base (western Hungary), the National Economy Ministry said yesterday.
The subsidies will support the addition of more than 50 training places at the company, the ministry added. Opel earlier announced the establishment of a €1.7 mln training centre in Szentgotthárd on Friday.
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