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US automotive tools trade mission comes to Slovakia

FROM APRIL 4 through 7, the US embassy in Bratislava will host the Central European trade mission of the Association for Manufacturing Technology.

A delegation of 10 American companies will visit Slovak-based automotive suppliers and meet with potential business partners. The 10 companies are members of the Association for Manufacturing Technology based in Washington, DC.

The Central European trade mission is led by the AMT's vice-president for business development, Malcolm Mason, and coordinated by the US Commercial Service in Bratislava.

Compiled by Marta Ďurianová from press reports
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