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Construction of new industrial park coming to Levice soon

Preparation work for launching the construction of a new industrial park in Levice in Nitra Region will be completed soon, the mayor of the town, Štefan Mišák, told the TASR newswire. The brown-field industrial park is set to house engineering companies that will employ 120 people. The town has managed to obtain a subsidy from the EU worth around €9.2 million.

Preparation work for launching the construction of a new industrial park in Levice in Nitra Region will be completed soon, the mayor of the town, Štefan Mišák, told the TASR newswire.

The brown-field industrial park is set to house engineering companies that will employ 120 people. The town has managed to obtain a subsidy from the EU worth around €9.2 million.

The park should be completed in 2012. "We expect that the construction work itself will last around 18 months in total," the mayor said.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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