BRATISLAVA, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Slovakia's economy grew between July and September at its slowest pace since the euro zone crisis erupted three years ago, data showed on Thursday. Even so, Slovakia's car industry helped it to buck the trend in the neighbouring Czech Republic and the euro zone, which have slid into recession under austerity measures intended to curb sovereign debt. Strong foreign demand for cars made in Slovakia by Germany's Volkswagen and South ...
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