Second-hand clothes retailer launches HUF 483 mln development

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Hungarian second-hand clothes retailer Háda inaugurated a new clothes sorting branch in Kisvárda in eastern Hungary, which was completed for HUF 483 and opened yesterday. Development Minister Miklós Seszták and state secretary of the economy ministry Sándor Czomba attended the inauguration ceremony.

The company received  HUF 339 mln in job-creation support for the project, and created 155 new jobs.

The Háda group is a family-run business operating close to 60 retail units across the country, selling imported second-hand clothes. Last year the company generated revenues of HUF 10 bln.

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