Slovakia in talks with Rover, Bridgestone on plants


BRATISLAVA, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Slovakia is in preliminary talks with British car maker MG Rover over a new 200 million euro ($250.3 million) auto production plant in central Europe, a source close to the negotiations told Reuters on Tuesday. The government is also negotiating with Japanese tyre maker Bridgestone over a 30 million-euro plant, said the source, who did not want to be named. The source said Rover aimed to produce 100,000 cars a year in the factory, which local press reports ...

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