Panasonic to build EUR 15mn factory in central Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews May 27, 2010
Japanese electronics maker Panasonic will build EUR 15mn factory in the Serbian town of Svilajnac by May 2012, local media reported. The Svilajnac plant will be Panasonic's biggest manufacturing facility in Europe and the first one on the Balkans. The plant will span over some 18,000 sqm and will employ 300 workers. The Svilajnac municipality will secure 5 ha of land in the town's industrial zone for this project.

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