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Italians join Šamorín industrial park

WITHIN two years, production halls of 14 North Italian firms will be built in the industrial park in Šamorín. The firms want to create about 500 jobs and invest about €13 million.

According to Massimo Calearo, president of the union of entrepreneurs from the city of Vincenza, as many as 50 companies could be active in Šamorín by 2005 and invest about €50 million, wrote daily SME.

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