BRATISLAVA, Feb 23 (Reuters) - The Slovak unit of U.S. Steel said on Wednesday it would invest $160 million to build a new production line to make coated steel and serve growing demand in the car and construction sectors in central Europe. The company said in a statement the new facility will have annual production capacity of around 350,000 tonnes and it should be launched in early 2007. "This automotive hot dip galvanising facility is part of our ongoing plan to provide customers with ...
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