Huyndai to sign deal on Czech plant next wk- paper


PRAGUE, March 24 (Reuters) - South Korea's top auto maker, Hyundai Motor , is expected to sign a deal with the Czech government on an estimated 1 billion euro ($1.21 billion) car plant next week, a Czech newspaper reported on Friday. The daily Pravo, citing a well informed source, said the agreement on what would be one of the biggest foreign direct investment projects in the EU newcomer's history might be signed as early as Monday. Hyundai has said it could spend around 1 billion euros ...

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