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Stimuli for IBM and T-Systems

THE GOVERNMENT will support two companies’ investment activities in the Košice region with altogether €6.66 million.

THE GOVERNMENT will support two companies’ investment activities in the Košice region with altogether €6.66 million.

At its October 2 session in Košice, the government approved investment stimuli for IBM Slovensko and T-Systems Slovakia, the TASR newswire reported.

IBM Slovensko is to be granted €1.6 million to broaden its existing delivery centre of IT services in Košice, a project that should bring 150 new job positions by the end of 2015.

T-Systems Slovakia Košice will receive stimuli worth €5.1 million to enlarge its IT centre for providing services in the area of IT and communications, a project expected to bring 350 new jobs by the end of 2016.

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