Kia Motors mulls new engine plant in Slovakia


PRAGUE, Nov 26 (Prague) - South Korean car maker Kia Motors is mulling construction of a 300,000 engine plant in Slovakia worth 100 million to 200 million euros, a spokesman for its Slovak unit said on Wednesday. "There are several options in play but the investment should be from 100-200 million euros," Dusan Dvorak, Kia Motors Slovakia Spokesman told Reuters on the sidelines of an automotive conference. "It should be decided by the end of the year," he added. The new investment would ...

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