BUDAPEST, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Slovakia and Poland have said they are shortlisted by South Korean carmaker Hyundai Motor Co for a new 1.1 billion euro ($1.28 billion) European plant to produce up to 300,000 units a year. The two central European states beat off rival locations in Hungary and the Czech Republic. Hyundai has said it would make a final decision on where to build the new plant in March. Hyundai is the latest of several international manufacturers to shift car production to ...
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