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Yazaki-Debnár to kick off production

The Slovak-Japanese joint-venture Yazaki-Debnár Slovakia, a car cable producer in Prievidza, will begin trial production of car cables for world automobile makers at its new plant in Prievidza this January, company officials announced. Construction of the 113,000 m2 new plant required investments of 200 million Sk. The Japanese partner supplied technology worth 250 million Sk. The firm's management expects sales to increase seven-fold once production starts, adding that the plant will create 1,200 new jobs.

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