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New shopping center in Budapest to create 1,500 jobs

Approximately 1,500 new jobs will be created by the KöKi Terminal, the newest shopping and business center in Kispest, economic daily Villággazdaság wrote.

The shopping center, which is scheduled to open at the end of September, intends to employ skilled and unskilled workers, shop assistants and managers mostly from the neighborhood districts and the agglomeration.

Among the tenants are Libri, Calzedonia/Intimissi/Tezenis, Euronics Mega, a H&M,  Humanic, KFC, Office Shoes, Rossmann, Studio Moderna, Tesco and Vögele. Tesco will create 176 jobs out of which 90 will be offered at the job fair. The supemarket chain will retain seven positions for people with reduced working abilities.