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J&T strikes big deal with AXA

THE J&T FINANCE Group has struck a massive €250 million (Sk9.3 billion) deal with the real estate fund of the French company, AXA.

The Slovak financial group sold already constructed parts of several industrial parks and zones in Trnava, Devínska Nová Ves, Nitra and Dubnica na Váhom, as well as a the Westend Tower, a high rise administrative building at Patronka in Bratislava.

The contract also includes clauses on future cooperation with AXA at other industrial parks, J&T’s spokesman Maroš Sýkora told the Pravda daily.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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