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Victor Buck to invest Sk472 million

THE VICTOR Buck Printing Company from Luxembourg is planning to invest Sk472.5 million (€12.9 million) in a plant in the village of Ladomerská Vieska near Žiar nad Hronom in central Slovakia.

According to Mariana Bašistová from the Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO), the company plans to open its new plant in 2007 and to create 200 new jobs over the following six years.

The printing works at the new plant will operate according to European offset printing techniques and should meet all the requirements of both international and larger domestic customers.

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