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Xanga-owned company lays cornerstone for HUF 2.2 bln plant

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Xanga Investment and Development Group-owned DIP Invest on Thursday laid the cornerstone for a HUF 2.2 billion plant capable of accommodating industrial-technology of various types in the city of Debrecen. The company received HUF 1.1 billion in support through the North Great Hungarian Plain Operative Programme for construction of the 16,000-square-meter plant. Xanga group is the operator of the Debrecen airport. Earlier this week, it agreed with Rail Cargo Hungaria - the Austrian-owned former freight arm of the Hungarian State Railways (MÁV) - that the railway company will provide railways logistics services and rail freight support to a HUF 3.5 billion trimodal logistics centre being built by the Xanga group at the Debrecen airport.

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