Eco-industrial zone Nemetin opens its doors to businesses

The 33-million kuna eco-industrial zone Nemetin outside Osijek was formally presented by Regional Development and EU Funds Minister Tomislav Tolusic at a news conference in Osijek on Thursday.  

The zone, that is 98.9% financed with EU grants, was portrayed by Minister Tolusic as evidence that such projects could be implemented in Oijek and the region of Slavonia.

A few plots in the zone have already been sold and the minister is hopeful that the entire zone will be soon full with businesses.

Last update: Thu, 29/09/2016 - 13:40
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