The company is losing a key figure – inventor Štefan Klein.
The preparations may start after the April 20 meeting.
Automotive industry struggles by lack of labour force and rigid legislature.
The German carmaker has invested €1.9 billion in Bratislava over the last five years.
Bratislava plant is being considered as VW's showcase.
Trnava-based PSA Peugeot Citroen applies for a tax holiday amounting to €18.6 million.
Carmaker Kia Motors Slovakia wins the main award, Via Bona, for a responsible large corporation.
The investment, which will be realised close to Nitra, beat an opponent from Poland for the award.
The new plant will also supply products to Land Rover.
They will work on new engines whose production is scheduled to start in 2019.
They will sign the document on Tuesday, March 28.
If they do not agree with the management on increasing wages, a general strike may begin in April.
The track might be put into operation within two years.
It is hard to say how the current geopolitical situation will impact automotive industry contractors, but for now their situation is good.
The project focuses on connecting traditional education with e-learning methods in maintenance and repairs of hybrid and electric vehicles.
The development of the automotive industry has no alternative in Slovakia.
As many as 134,100 passenger cars were sold in the former French colony in 2015.
Before coming to Kia Motors Slovakia, Dae-Sik Kim led the corporate planning team in Hyundai Motor Group.
In Slovakia, 168 electric cars sold in 2016. After the government introduced a subsidy, there have already been 97 applications so far in 2017.