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Canadian investment in Slovak homes

Canadian company RCH is preparing to invest up to Sk500 million (12 million euro) in the construction of prefabricated houses. The announcement came on April 7, during Slovak President Rudolf Schuster's visit to Canada and the US.

The investment could come within a few months and is expected to bring employment for 200 to 300 people in the Piešťany area. The first homes should be started within 18 months, according to the firm's Slovak partners.

Compiled by Conrad Toft from press reports.
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