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SARIO projects might bring 24,700 new jobs

The Slovak Investment and Trade Development Agency (SARIO) is currently working on 109 investment projects worth almost €3.3 billion, news wire TASR reported.

If all the projects are successful, a further 24,700 jobs will be created in Slovakia, said SARIO Investment Projects Department director Maria Mikušová.

She noted that most investor interest is in car production (29 projects), electronics (16 projects), and machinery and information technologies (eight projects each).

Nineteen of the investors are from Germany, 13 from the US, ten from Great Britain, and nine from Japan.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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