The Slovak state-owned rail operator ZSSK has placed an order for eight electric train units of the 671 class, worth 77 million euro, or 2.1 billion crowns, with the Czech producer Škoda Vagonka, the Slovak company said on Friday. The first trains should be delivered by the end of next year, a spokeswoman for the rail operator said. The order came after the European Commission approved a project of modernization of suburban and regional railway transport in Slovakia.
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