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'No' to new railways headquarters

TRANSPORT Minister Pavol Prokopovič scrapped a new headquarters project for the state railways firm, saying: "It doesn't make sense for the railways to be building such a thing when we're fighting for every crown."

The building was to have cost the heavily indebted and loss-making railways firm more than Sk500 million ($12 million).

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