A dispute at the site of Kia Motors Corp.’s new car manufacturing plant in northern Slovakia reportedly is over. The Financial Times says the Slovak cabinet has agreed to pay more to the owners of the last quarter of land at the 544-acre (220 ha) parcel. The dispute delayed construction at the site for six months and threatened the project’s future. (See related story: Kia Begins Construction of Slovakia Plant) A Reuters report indicates the Slovak government will pay 350 crowns ($11.57) ...
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