BRATISLAVA, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Slovakia is near a deal with U.S. automaker Ford to build a car parts plant for up to 400 million euros, sources close to the deal told Reuters. "There are still some issues to be negotiated, but we expect the deal to be finalised by Thursday," the source, who is close to the government, said. The source said Ford planned to invest between 300 and 400 million euros into the greenfield plant, which would be located in eastern Slovakia. The Ford plant would ...
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