The Serbian company Aerodromi Srbije had published a tender for the expansion of the terminal at “Constantine the Great” Airport in Nis. The project includes the reconstruction of the existing building and the construction of an additional annex to it.
North Macedonia will receive a 28.9-million-euro loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to build a section of its gas interconnector with Greece. The project will serve as a short-term measure to facilitate the country’s gradual transition to clean energy.
The new plant of Haier Tech Romania had started the production of high-end refrigerators with Candy, Hoover and Haier brands in Romania. The state-of-the-art plant is worth more than 70 million euro.
The Serbian company IMG production, a subsidiary of the Czech IMG Bohemia, had started building a new plant for the production of plastic components. The facility will be located in the industrial zone of Vršac.
North Macedonia will acquire one of the largest solar parks in Europe with a capacity for electricity production from 360 to 400 MW. The solar park will be located on the territory of the future airport in the town of Shtip, which covers an area of 452 ha.
Currently, nearly 2000 professionals work for the company who develop products and technologies for the automotive industry, focusing on creating software and solutions for cybersecurity, connectivity and autonomous driving.
The facility, which is housed in the State Data Center of the city, is a state-of-the-art supercomputer with high performance and the ability to process a huge amount of information in a short period of time. The capital investment in the Data Center is worth 30 million euro.
The Agency for Electronic Communications of North Macedonia had launched a tender for the introduction of 5G networks in the country. The company offers three licenses for the use of radio frequencies in the 700 MHz spectrum and seven – in the 3 GHz band.
The project was agreed upon by the Serbian Minister of construction, transport and infrastructure Tomislav Momirović and the Bulgarian Minister of transport, information technology and communications Hristo Aleksiev.
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the start of operations in Romania, Nestlé presents its first socio-economic impact study. For the last 10 years, the Romanian branch of the enterprise had invested over 50.5 million euro.