Car production in the Czech Republic grew annually by 12.2 percent in the first three quarters of the year, according to figures released by the country’s Automotive Industry Association on Wednesday. In total, over 936,000 vehicles were produced; over 60 percent of them were made by Škoda Auto, followed by Hyundai with 25 percent and TPCA with 15 percent. Škoda Auto increased production in the first three quarters of the year by an annual 21.6 percent. Analysts say car production could reach record levels this year if all major carmakers maintain their production pace.
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