BRATISLAVA, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Slovakia expects to attract new foreign investment projects worth up to one billion euro by the end of this year, Economy Minister Pavol Rusko said on Thursday. The new EU member's government has turned the once-lagging central European economy into one of the preferred locations for foreign investors following a series of reforms in recent years. Apart from government business-friendly measures, foreign capital is also attracted by Slovakia's geographical ...
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