BRATISLAVA, May 25 (Reuters) - Slovakia is considering road and highway construction projects worth some 9.3 billion euro ($13.08 billion) by 2014, using a mix of public, private and EU funds for financing, the transport ministry said on Wednesday. The euro zone country, led by the centre-right government of Iveta Radicova, sees large infrastructure projects as a way to prop up the domestic economy, helping bring down the jobless rate of over 12 percent and improve the business ...
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