PRAGUE, March 27 (Reuters) - The Czech crown inched higher to the euro in early Monday trade as it continued drawing support from expectations that Hyundai Motor may soon announce investment in a new car plant in the country. The crown traded 0.1 percent firmer at 28.650 to the euro by 0835 GMT. The Czech Republic and Hyundai are expected to announce an agreement sometime this week on the South Korea's carmaker estimated 1 billion euro ($1.2 billion) investment in a new European plant ...
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