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Conference readies for automotive future

GETTING up to date on all the key automotive projects and assessing the opportunities and challenges in the Slovak automotive industry will be topics of the AUTOCEE SLOVAKIA 2004 conference.
The conference will be held in Bratislava on June 21 and 22 in the Radisson SAS Carlton Hotel.
Economy Minister Pavol Rusko will explain how the Slovak government is planning to help investors develop their businesses, and visitors can personally meet and question Volkswagen Slovakia and PSA Peugeot Citroen Trnava decision-makers about how their automotive projects will impact business in Slovakia.

GETTING up to date on all the key automotive projects and assessing the opportunities and challenges in the Slovak automotive industry will be topics of the AUTOCEE SLOVAKIA 2004 conference.

The conference will be held in Bratislava on June 21 and 22 in the Radisson SAS Carlton Hotel.

Economy Minister Pavol Rusko will explain how the Slovak government is planning to help investors develop their businesses, and visitors can personally meet and question Volkswagen Slovakia and PSA Peugeot Citroen Trnava decision-makers about how their automotive projects will impact business in Slovakia.

Škoda and Ford will introduce their plans to source and further develop their business in Slovakia. Top tyre suppliers will speak about the experience of serving Slovakia and western Europe.

Participants will also have the opportunity to visit the largest automotive facility in Slovakia to learn firsthand about Volkswagen's supplier standards and requirements.

To find out more:

AUTOCEE Slovakia 2004, WBR Ltd, Anchor House, 15 - 19 Britten Street, London, SW3 3QL, UK

www.wbresearch.com, Tel: +44 20 4368 9400, autoslovakia@wbr.co.uk,gabriela9@wbr.co.uk

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