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More firms considering Slovak investment

SLOVAKIA may soon win some new investments creating thousands of new jobs. Five foreign firms are seriously considering ploughing €500 million into the Zahorie region northwest of Bratislava.

The head of the Bratislava regional government, Milan Vaskor, confirmed the information and specified that new businesses could start in the field of glass processing, the automotive industry and also entertainment.

The proposed investments include an entertainment park project that might attract foreign investments of €200 million, the daily SME reported.

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