Innonet inaugurates HUF 577 mln technology center for automotive industry suppliers

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Innonet Nonprofit on Friday inaugurated a HUF 577 million technology competency center, dubbed Technonet, in the Győr Industrial Park (NW Hungary) to help innovative small businesses forge ties with the automotive industry.

A HUF 400 million grant from the Western Transdanubia Operative Program covered 80% of the cost of the investment, said managing director László Budavári.

German carmaker Audi has a big manufacturing base in Győr.

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