BRATISLAVA, Slovakia – Slovakia is extending a car-scrapping bonus as part its effort to boost domestic demand. Under the original scheme launched in March, owners of cars made before Dec. 31, 1999, were eligible for an E1,000 ($1,330) bonus when they traded them in for new vehicles. If a respective importer participated with a bonus of E500 ($665), the state increased its contribution to E1,500 ($1,995), resulting in a total discount of E2,000 ($2,660). Under the program, the bonus ...
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