BRATISLAVA, Slovakia – Volkswagen Slovakia a.s. will expand its components plant located in the city of Martin, some 105 miles (170 km) northeast of the Slovak capital of Bratislava. VW will buy a 15.8-acre (6.4-ha) plot in Priekopa from the Slovak Land Fund for E1.06 million ($1.4 million), Zsolt Simon, the Slovak minister of agriculture, tells journalists during a media conference in the Slovak capital. The contract has been signed and payment is expected to be finalized in the first ...
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