Szijjártó: BorgWarnerʼs planned investment to create 600 jobs in Hungary

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The Hungarian subsidiary of U.S.-based automotive supplier is expanding its Hungarian plant in Oroszlány, which is expected to create 600 new jobs in the country, Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said today, according to reports.

Péter Szijjártó shakes hands with managing director Attila Bogár today at the press conference on the expansion. (Photo: MTI/Tibor Illyés) 

The HUF 15.5 billion expansion is being supported with a HUF 1.7 bln state grant, the minister said at the press conference regarding the expansion.

Szijjártó stressed the importance of the expansion in showing that American business leaders are satisfied with opportunities in Hungary, state news agency MTI reported.

The company is planning to make further investments in the country and is counting on continued government support, BorgWarner Oroszlány Managing Director Attila Bogár said, according to reports.

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