PRAGUE, June 28 (Reuters) - Large car-making plants of major foreign carmakers and their suppliers have turned the Czech Republic into the new European centre of automotive investment, a survey by Ernst & Young showed on Wednesday. The study said the Czechs attracted 20 investment projects in new automotive component plants last year, followed by neighbours Slovakia with 18 and Poland with 17. A total of 115 plants have been set up in the Czech Republic since 1997. "The new European ...
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