Quote of the Week:


"One gentlemen from PSA, I better not name him... I don't know where he gets the insolence and the brashness. I don't know why he lies, misleads people, invents things, and keeps repeating it to the media. If he wants a complicated relationship, maybe he'll get one."


PM Fico on April 18 repeating an accusation made a day earlier via his spokesperson, Silvia Glendová, that Alain Baldeyrou, head of PSA Peugeot Citroen in Trnava, was a "liar" for accusing the Government Office of not replying to a letter sent by the Automotive Industry Association five weeks ago presenting objections to the planned Labour Code amendment.


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