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Hyundai-Kia officials brief Fico on Žilina plant

In a meeting with Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico in Bratislava on October 11, representatives of Korean carmaker Hyundai-Kia praised the current cooperation with the Slovak government, the Government Office press department said.

The carmaker's representatives also talked to Fico about issues related to the operation of the Kia Motors Slovakia plant near Žilina, and their investment activities.

The members of the delegation, led by Hyundai-Kia president Mong-Koo Chung, also spoke about Fico's upcoming trip to Korea.

Members of the preparation committee for Korea’s EXPO 2012 campaign were also there. Yeosu, along with the Polish town of Wroclaw and the Moroccan town of Tangiers, is an official candidate.

-TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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