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SARIO launches on-line database of available land and property

THE INVESTMENT and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) as of Monday is offering an on-line database of land and property that is available for investors at www.sario.sk/?databaza-nehnutelnosti.

Villages and towns can post information on land and property they have available on the online service, which is designed to help investors planning to locate in Slovakia, the TASR news wire wrote.

"We based this new database on the philosophy of transparency and security. Every municipality has the same opportunities," said Milan Juraška, the head of the agency.

At the same time, SARIO is strengthening its regional offices. Every region - apart from Bratislava and Trnava, which will both be directed from Bratislava - will be assigned two SARIO representatives, who will communicate with municipalities and take care of the business support agenda.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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