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Glass producer invests Sk7.5 billion in Záhorie

Swiss-German glass producer Trösch is to invest Sk7.5 billion (€180 million) to build a new glassworks, according to Bratislava regional government deputy head Milan Vaškor.

He adds that the new plant will cover 52 hectares at the Euro Valley industrial park in the Záhorie region northwest of Bratislava and create 900 new jobs. The new Slovak subsidiary of Trösch will be called Euroglass Slovakia.

Building work is expected to start in spring 2004, to be completed a year later.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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