BRATISLAVA, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Embattled Slovak Economy Minister Robert Nemcsics said on Tuesday that Slovakia could draw investment of over $2.6 billion in the coming years, mainly from investors into the country's booming car industry. Nemcsics is under fire after his junior coalition party, ANO, moved to sack him for insubordination on Monday after he criticised ANO's head Pavol Rusko for being too confrontational. Nemcsics did not say whether he would resign from his post. But he ...
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