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Little money left for industrial parks

The Economy Ministry, having had its budget clipped to pay off school debt and flood damage to roads, now has only Sk86.5 million to cover Sk640 million requested by municipalities for help in building industrial parks to attract investment and create an estimated 3,200 jobs.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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