TOKYO, March 31 (Reuters) - Japanese car makers Toyota Motor Corp and Mazda Motor Corp said on Wednesday they were not considering building plants in Slovakia, denying a comment made last week by a Slovak government official. Jan Bajanek, head of Slovakia's state investment body SARIO, had told Reuters that talks with Toyota to build a car-parts plant to supply a planned assembly factory in neighbouring Czech Republic were in an advanced stage. He said the agency would likely pick ...
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