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Europe: Mercedes and Audi support Hungarian economy


Both Audi and Mercedes-Benz, thanks to increased sales, have grown their local Hungarian vehicle production output, giving a boost to the country’s overall economy. During the second quarter, the nation’s Gross Domestic Product increased 3.9% - the sharpest rise in the economy since 2006 – mainly thanks to the 11% climb of the overall industrial output. In turn, rising production numbers ...
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