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Carat Slovakia to promote quality mark

SLOVAKIA's Agriculture Ministry Intervention Agency concluded a tender in March to select a supplier for a Quality Mark marketing campaign within the National Programme of Support for Domestic Agricultural Products and Food Products.

Carat Slovakia won the tender, and the agency signed the contract for 2006 on March 15.

The campaign, on which the Intervention Agency will spend Sk6.5 million, will last for five months and will include TV ads and a billboard campaign, the SITA news agency wrote.

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