RPT-Slovak car industry set to boost output in 2008


(Repeats story released late on Tuesday) BRATISLAVA, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Slovakia's automotive industry, the backbone of its economy, almost doubled output in 2007 and will continue to expand production in the coming years, top officials from car assembly plants said on Tuesday. Output of the three car-making factories owned by Volkswagen , PSA Peugeot Citroen and Kia Motors reached 572,000 units last year, up from 295,000 in 2006. Rising output in new plants from Kia and PSA is expected ...

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