(Adds finance ministry reaction) By Peter Laca BRATISLAVA, June 21 (Reuters) - The Slovak economy ministry said on Tuesday large foreign direct investments may be threatened by lack of funds to finance investment incentives, revealing a row about economic policies inside the government. Late on Monday the government rejected an economy ministry proposal to seek an extra dividend of up to 26 billion crowns ($820.2 million) from gas monopoly SPP, of which part was to cover investor ...
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