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SARIO supports Sweden's investment interests in Slovakia

An October 17 meeting organised by the Scandinavian car suppliers' association was aimed to get Swedish entrepreneurs more interested in investing in Slovakia.

"The goal of the meeting was to support Swedish entrepreneurs in their efforts to open businesses and invest in Slovakia, and to increase mutual business co-operation between Sweden and Slovakia," said the Slovak Agency for Investment and Trade Development (SARIO).

The meeting took place in Bratislava under the auspices of the Swedish embassy in Bratislava and Exportradet Swedish Trade Council. SARIO representatives Stanislav Polonský and Marek Kaul presented information on the business and investment environment in Slovakia to entrepreneurs.

SARIO made contacts with companies that are considering expanding their business and production activities in Slovakia, including Swepart Transmission AB, Alteams Group, Ekenas Mekaniska AB, Kendrion Automotive Metals, Leax Group AB, Nolato Lovepac AB, Uddeholm Tooling AB, Elanders AB and others.

-TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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