Magna Steyr focuses on car modules

Auer, Georg
May 2001
Automotive News;5/7/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5928, p24W
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Austria-based company Magna Steyr to become the largest car manufacturer in the world without an owned brand. Programs of the company for goal realization; Construction of engineering and research & development center; Significance of the facility to business operation.


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