INTERVIEW-Serbia eyeing IKEA factory, fears wary investors

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(adds quotes, background) By Knut Engelmann and Adam Tanner BELGRADE, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Swedish furniture maker IKEA is in talks with Serbia to build a 1.1 billion euro factory but officials fear that global markets turmoil may slow future investment, the Balkan nation's prime minister said on Tuesday. Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic was speaking in an interview after Serbian government officials met to discuss what impact the world financial crisis could have on the country's ...

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