BRATISLAVA, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Slovakia's government said on Friday it expected parliament to override a presidential veto on a new law to cut corporate tax, as the bill could help win a billion-euro investment from South Korean car maker Hyundai . The South Korean car maker is deciding between future European Union members Slovakia and Poland for the site of a 1.1-billion-euro plant that it is planning to build in central Europe. However, Slovakia's hopes suffered a setback on Tuesday ...
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