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Slovakia signs investment contract with Getrag Ford

REPRESENTATIVES from the Slovak Economy Ministry signed an investment contract with Getrag Ford Transmissions February 11.

Getrag Ford will build a new plant near the eastern Slovak village of Kechnec, investing €300 million. The investment will create a total of 1,700 jobs, the Hospodárske noviny, business daily wrote.

The German-based company plans for an annual turnover of €300-400 million.

The Slovak cabinet recently approved investment incentives for Getrag Ford Transmissions that should reach €54.5 million (Sk2.1 billion).

Of this sum, €40 million should be in the form of direct financial grants for the infrastructure and purchase of plots. €13.5 million will be in the form of tax breaks spread over a 10-year period, and €1 million will be contributions to training and education.

Getrag Ford is one of the world's biggest producers of transmissions.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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