Investing in Metallurgy and Metalworking - an Opportunity for the Automobile Industry

Hãjková, Petra
January 2009
Czech Business & Trade;2009 Metalworking Industry, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses the advantages of investing in metallurgical and metal-working industries in Czech Republic. It cites the country's robust support on branches involved on sophisticated investment who will become an important partner to companies operating in their market particularly the automobile industry. It mentions several metal companies who have successfully established in the Czech market, as well as the country's investment support programmes.


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