Car parts producer opens factory

Rautenbach Slovakia, a producer of car body parts, yesterday opened a renovated 13 million euro factory in central Slovakia and will be producing parts for Daewoo, Skoda, Porsche and Audi car manufacturers.
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Now employing 270 people, the daughter of the German Rautenbach will invest a further 30 million euros by 2006, bringing its workforce up to 400 and its output to 600,000 body parts annually.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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