BRATISLAVA, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Slovakia's already surging car industry could nearly triple its output by the end of the decade and will remain the key driver of its economy, auto manufacturing officials said on Monday. Slovakia has become one of Europe's most attractive locations for car industry investments in the past few years, following sweeping reforms by pro-western leaders that have won it invitations to join the EU and NATO by next year. It produces 225,000 cars a year, and the ...
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