BRATISLAVA, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Austrian engine and car parts producer Miba Friction Group will invest up to 20 million euros ($26 million) into building a new plant in Slovakia, the company said on Monday. Chief Executive Alfred Hoertenhuber said Miba will close a unit in United Kingdom, which has 150 staff, and relocate production of clutches and brake component for heavy machinery to Slovakia. Miba project will add to rising inflow of foreign direct investments in Slovakia, benefiting ...
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