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Correction

In the article Ask a hard question on page 8 of its June 7 issue, The Slovak Spectator referred to the cement and concrete company Holcim Slovensko by its old name - Hirocem Rohožník. The company changed its name in 2001. The Slovak Spectator apologises for any inconveniences that the incorrect information may have caused.

In the article Ask a hard question on page 8 of its June 7 issue, The Slovak Spectator referred to the cement and concrete company Holcim Slovensko by its old name - Hirocem Rohožník. The company changed its name in 2001. The Slovak Spectator apologises for any inconveniences that the incorrect information may have caused.

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