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Baktalórántháza industrial park completes HUF 327 mln investment

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The Baktalórántháza industrial park, in northeastern Hungary, has wound up a HUF 327 million investment supported by a HUF 196 mln European Union and state grant, project manager Sándor Krasznai told Hungarian news agency MTI yesterday.

The industrial parkʼs operator built a boiler room and a drying room for wood products as well as roads and parking lots, Krasznai said.

About 40,000 sqm of the parkʼs 100,000 sqm space is occupied at present.

The park opened four years ago.

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