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USA NCR plans an additional €2.6 mln investment in Serbia

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Serbia’s Minister of Finance and Economy Mladjan Dinkic has signed an agreement on a €2.6 million worth investment and creation of 300 jobs with the Vice President of National Cash Registers (NCR) Michael O’Laughlin, news site Balkans.com reported. Last year NCR opened its centre in Belgrade which currently hires 300 people, and the company decided to make additional investment and employ another 300 workers. Dinkic pointed out that the Serbian government gives support to this large company specializing in IT industry and related services, in order for it to expand activities in Serbia and hire 300 more young experts, mostly engineers from faculties of technical sciences. NCR is a US global technology company dealing with the production and distribution of automatic teller machines (cash machines).

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