BRATISLAVA, May 25 (Reuters) - South Korean car maker Kia Motors could raise the output target at its new Slovak plant to 300,000 units a year as it expects improved European market conditions, a Slovak ministry spokesman said on Wednesday. Kia is now building a complex of a car assembly plant and a car parts factory for Hyundai Mobis in northern Slovakia, with an original total investment of 1 billion euros. The company initially planned to start producing 200,000 cars a year in ...
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