BRATISLAVA, June 21 (Reuters) - U.S. carmaker Ford on Thursday dismissed a media report saying it was considering building a new assembly plant in Slovakia. The Slovak daily Hospodarske Noviny on Wednesday quoted unnamed sources as saying a new Ford factory would be located in an industrial park near the eastern Slovak town of Kechnec, where a Ford-Getrag joint venture already makes gearboxes. But Todd Nissen, spokesman for Ford of Europe, told Reuters the story was purely "speculative". ...
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