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1,300 people want to work in Kia

ONLY days since preparation work began on the construction of a new Kia auto plant near Žilina, 1,300 people have already turned to the local Labour Office asking for a job there.

Igor Braniša, the head of the Žilina Labour Office, said that his team had created a database of such applicants, but added that the structure of the required workforce is still unknown, the SME daily wrote.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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