BRATISLAVA, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Slovakia's two most important foreign investors, carmaker Volkswagen and US Steel , reaffirmed heavy investment commitments on Friday after the country cleared competition hurdles in EU accession talks. Slovakia agreed with the EU on Thursday on limits on state aid. EU-member Spain had been particularly concerned that Slovakia's cheaper workforce would mean a loss of Spanish car-industry jobs. Volkswagen plans to start production of 20,000 models a year of ...
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