By Nathaniel Espino WARSAW, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Poland is still in the race for a $1.4 billion investment from Hyundai despite reports the South Korean carmaker favours its rival Slovakia, an investment official told Reuters on Monday. Andrzej Szejna, deputy head of the PAIiIZ investment agency, said Poland had offered Hyundai a financial incentives package worth 15 percent of the investment value -- the maximum allowed in the European Union, which Poland joins in May. Hyundai is ...
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