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The Science and Technology Park in Nis, in which €12.5 million have been invested, has been opened today.

The companies moving into the Park will start operations in August, and the total space available is 14,000 square metres.

The Park will have 20 start-up and 13 technological companies, and one company is linked to both science and technology part and to start-up.

Together with the investment for the establishment of the Nis Start-Up Centre and a laboratory at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, the total value of the investment exceeds €20 million.

Owing to the development of this technology, it will be possible to trace every transaction at any given moment. That can be of great help to us, he said and noted that the Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Nis is a real nursery of talent.

The funds for this project were secured through the European Investment Bank and the investor is the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development.

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