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The Automotive Industry

  • A Strategic Choice for PSA Peugeot Citroën
    by AmCham , May 24, 2011
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    After considering several locations in Central Europe, PSA Peugeot Citroën chose the Trnava site in Slovakia. From 2006 the Trnava plant will be production site for small vehicles on platform 1. The new manufacturing plant with a production capacity of 300,000 cars a year will employ 3,500 people in a three-shift production. The total amount of investment reaches EUR 700 million for plant construction, up to the day production starts.

  • Interview with Pavol Rusko, Minister of Economy of SR
    by AmCham , May 24, 2011
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    "Prices Depend on Strategy of Large Producers"

    AmCham spoke to Pavol Rusko, Minister of Economy of SR and the Deputy Prime Minister about the current situation of the
    automobile industry and foreign investors in this field. We also asked him about the strategy of the Slovak economy concerning the industrial parks and the plans for the future.

  • The New Act on Driving Schools: more European than Europe itself?
    by AmCham , May 24, 2011
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    The New Act on Driving Schools: more European than Europe itself?


    ‘Driving School’: a sign that, if on a car just in front us, does not raise enthusiasm. Even though there was a day when every one of us started driving. We were slower, inexperienced, stressed. Tolerance is not a favorite virtue in our country. We usually complain and wait for a moment when we can overtake the snail in front of us. Driving schools. Has it ever come to our minds when looking at a car labeled like this that driving schools also have their own problems? For example, some
    people who are involved with driving schools think that the new Act on Driving Schools being prepared in Parliament means an end for small companies. Why? We asked one of those who has worked in this kind of business for years – the Head of Slovak Chamber of Driving Schools Training Facilities Office (SKVZA) – Miroslav Fiala.


 
 
 
 
 
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