Senica industrial park gets Sk213 million from EU funds

THE TOWN of Senica will get Sk213.4 million from EU structural funds to renovate an existing industrial park and build the infrastructure for a new one.

The national Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) signed the respective order on May 3, the SITA news agency wrote.

SARIO said that, after the project's completion in June, five Slovak and two foreign investors will be able to set up their business in the new industrial park.

"These investors will together invest Sk1.7 billion," said SARIO's spokesman Michal Novota.

SARIO expects the seven investors to create 1,584 new jobs in Senica by 2011.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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