Key Sectors of Business and Industry: 4.8 Automotive Industry

February 2005
Doing Business with Slovakia;2005, p163
Provides information on the automotive industry in Slovakia. Position of the sector within industry in the Slovak Republic; Characteristics of the automotive sector in the Slovak Republic; Prospects for the Slovak Republic automotive industry in relation to the European Union and the world; Development of the Slovak automotive industry.


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