BUSINESS BRIEFS

New industrial park near Bratislava

A NEW industrial park is to be built in Šamorín near Bratislava covering 50 hectares, mainly for a group of 36 Italian investors.

Economy Minister Robert Nemcsics said the investors were interested in producing foodstuffs, electronics, furniture, auto parts, clothing, and construction materials.

He did not give precise figures for the level of investment.

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