New Italian investments in Jagodina

The Speaker of the Jagodina Town Assembly, Dragan Markovic Palma has announced new investments in the town, following which 450 new jobs will be created.

Italian investors plan to invest in the construction of a production facility spanning 9.5 hectares, Markovic explained and added that everything regarding the investment had already been agreed and that the plan was for the preliminary contract to be signed five days from today.

Markovic announced that there would be investments in Jagodina in the next year as well. Ten businessmen from Italy have invested in the town so far, in addition to the investors from Russia, Austria and Germany.

(eKapija, 30.11.2016)

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