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Examples of recent investment projects by Austrian companies in Slovakia

THIS YEAR the biggest investment projects by Austrian companies in Slovakia were all from companies that are already here and who are doing so well that they have to expand, according to Patrick Sagmeister, the commercial counsellor at the Austrian Embassy.

THIS YEAR the biggest investment projects by Austrian companies in Slovakia were all from companies that are already here and who are doing so well that they have to expand, according to Patrick Sagmeister, the commercial counsellor at the Austrian Embassy.

Examples of recent investment projects by Austrian companies in Slovakia:

- VSK Mining (Wopfinger Baustoffindustrie GmbH) in Rožňava, completed in 2010, €5 million; mining, logistics centre
- Gebrüder Weiss in Senec, completed in March 2010, €7 million; logistics centre
- Wertheim in Dunajská Streda, completed in November 2010, €7 million; logistics centre and production
- Kuhn in Senec, completed in November 2010, €6 million; sales and service facilities
- Cargo Partners in Dunajská Streda, completed March 2011, €21 million; logistics centre
- Bioenergie, completed in March 2010 and June 2011, €60 million; biomass power plant in Bardejov and Topoľčany


Source: Commercial department of the Austrian Embassy

Topic: Foreigners in Slovakia


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