Croatias govt provides EUR 0.5mn for development of Sibenik's enterprise zone.

By bne IntelliNews August 7, 2012
The Croatian government has provided HRK 4mn (EUR 0.5mn) for the development of infrastructure in Sibenik's Podi enterprise zone, HINA news agency informed. The funder were allocated under the governments Business Impulse programme. Enterprise minister Gordan Maras said that the government decided to support those enterprise zones, which had the potential to develop in shortest time possible. The aim is to increase the number of enterprises in the zone to 150 and the number of employees to 5,000.

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