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PM Fico hints at support for investor in Bratislava Airport

While on an official visit to South Korea on October 31, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico informed potential Korean investors that his government was prepared to provide investment incentives to a serious bidder for construction of a logistics centre and an international air cargo transport centre at Bratislava Airport.

Fico also visited two large Korean companies, Samsung Electronics Co. and Kia Motors Corporation, both of which have production plants in Slovakia. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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