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Dinkic to meet with German investors in Svilajnac, Smederevo

29. June 2010. | 06:22

Source: EMGportal

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic will meet on 29 June with three major German investors in Svilajnac and Smederevo.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic will meet on 29 June with three major German investors in Svilajnac and Smederevo.

At 10.00, Dinkic will visit the Svilajnac industrial zone where he will talk with representatives of Reum GmbH for the production of air conditioners in cars that will be exported to Germany and other EU countries.

In Svilajnac, he will also meet with representatives of another German company, Vossloh Schwabe, which is owned by Panasonic and which plans to build a new factory there.

In the first stage, Vossloh Schwabe will start with production of electrical and electronic components for the lighting industry and lighting applications with LED, while in the second stage of the investment, this company might build its own production plants in this industrial zone.

At 12.20, Dinkic will meet in Smederevo with owner of the German company Messer Tehnogas which produces special gases for medical use, and for the steel and iron industry, chemical, food processing, pharmaceutical and car industries.


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