Infrastructure readied for industrial park in Diakovce-Šaľa

The village of Diakovce, in the district of Šaľa, is preparing to develop infrastructure for its industrial part for approximately Sk62 million.

Diakovce Mayor Ján Bukovský said the project will create more than 160 new jobs.

"If we succeed, the park should be ready for potential investors by October of next year," added Bukovský.

The municipality wants to finance infrastructure for the industrial park
mainly from the EU structural funds, as well as the municipal and state budget.

The industrial park in the southern Slovakia is to be built on an area of eight hectares. Companies interested in taking part in the infrastructure-building project can apply until October 24.

The municipal authorities are already holding talks with companies that are interested in investing in the industrial park.

-SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

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