By Martin Dokoupil BRATISLAVA, March 30 (Reuters) - Slovak car makers on Friday attacked government plans for more job protection as a threat to competitiveness and growth. The Slovak Automotive Industry Association (ZAP), which groups firms with combined sales of 443 billion crowns ($17.72 billion) or 28 percent of Slovakia's whole industrial turnover, said the bill would remove the flexibility to respond to changing demand. "There are huge swings in production when new models are ...
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