BRATISLAVA, March 28 (Reuters) - Foreign direct investment in Slovakia more than doubled last year, driven mainly by the acquisition of electricity maker Slovenske Elektrarne by Italy's utility Enel , the central bank said on Wednesday. Total foreign investment reached 57.7 billion crowns ($2.30 billion), up from a six-year low of 21.9 billion crowns seen in 2005. "A significant part, 31 billion crowns, was caused by the inflow of funds from the privatisation of Slovenske Elektrarne by ...
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