car factory


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Noun1.car factory - a factory where automobiles are manufacturedcar factory - a factory where automobiles are manufactured
factory, manufactory, manufacturing plant, mill - a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
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Late in October, Khazar Car Factory, a joint venture between Iran Khodro and the Azeri automotive company, AzEuroCar LLC, announced that it is planning to sell its products in Russian and Georgian markets.
Summary: Singapore [Singapore], Oct 23 (ANI): Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsein Loong, announced on Tuesday that British appliance manufacturer Dyson will be setting up its first electric car factory in Singapore.
Meanwhile, Head of IKCO (Iran Khodro Co.) operations in Asia, Europe, America and Commonwealth of Independent States Sabina Nobari said Azerbaijan and Iran will soon export cars to Russia, Ukraine and the CIS nations via a joint venture, dubbed Khazar Car Factory.
PLANS to potentially build a new car factory in the UK have moved closer after billionaire Ineos boss selected a designer for the new 'spiritual successor' to the Land Rover Defender.
AC, Paisley THE text from John about robots taking people's jobs reminded me of a British trade unionist visiting a car factory in Japan in the 70s.