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Romania is the fourth largest car production in Central and Eastern Europe


The International Car Manufacturers Organization has published statistics for car production in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in 2011.

The Czech Republic remains the stronger producer in the region where the 11 plants (such as: TPCA, Volkswagen AG, Mlada Boleslav, Hyundai-KIA , Fiat Group) have assembled 1.191.968 vehicles last year, up from 934.046 in 2008.

The second place is occupied by Poland, which currently has 16 plants. The production in 2011 was of  740.000 cars. The most significant production sites in this country are Fiat-GM from Bielsko-Biala, GM Europe from Gliwice, MAN (Niepolomice, Poznan and Starachowice), Volkswagen AG (Poznan), Fiat (Tychy), AB Volvo (Wroclaw).

The third position is occupied by Slovakia with three plants, all with an impressive production capacity. The 639.763 units assembled in Slovakia, up from 575.776 units in 2008, came from VW AG factory in Bratislava, Trnava PSA Peugeot Citroen and Hyundai-Kia in Zilina.

Romania, which which occupies the fourth place with 310.243 units, 80.000 more than in 2008, has three assembly plants: Roman Brasov, Pitesti Dacia-Renault and Ford Craiova. With these three plants, our country exceeds the production of 200.000 units of the four factories in Hungary (Suzuki - Esztergom, VW AG - Gyor, Nabi - Kaposvar, IKARUS - Budapest).

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