Turkish company to start jeans production in southern Serbia.

By bne IntelliNews January 18, 2011
Turkish textile company Yilteks Konfeksiyon will start jeans production in Leskovac, southern Serbia, and employ 500 workers there, Blic reported. Trial production will start with 50 employees within a month's time. The Turkish company will initially lease the facilities of bankrupt local textile maker Leteks and later on it is allegedly planning to buy local company Sintetika. The Turkish company plans an initial investment of EUR 3mn.

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