Japan Tobacco International to invest USD 2mn in Serbia in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews June 13, 2011
Japan Tobacco International (JTI) plans to invest USD 2mn in its Serbian facility this year, Blic daily reported. The investment is expected to be announced officially on Tuesday (Jun 14). JTI bought the tobacco factory in the Serbian city of Senta five years ago and has so far invested over USD 100mn in the country. The JTI factory in Senta employs over 300.

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