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Two Chinese Automotive Firms Eyeing Slovakia
Two potential Chinese investments from the automotive sector could be heading to Slovakia, according to reports in today’s newspapers, with the possibility of yet another car plant being located here.
Firstly, the company Qoros has its eyes on Slovakia as the potential site for its new European plant, according to daily Pravda today. The potential investment was disclosed yesterday by the Slovak Automotive Industry Association (ZAP). Head of ZAP, Jaroslav Holecek said the potential investor was weighing up opening a plant to produce vans and buses.
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