Electronics Production | June 25, 2007
Danish firms investing in Czech Republic
Since 1993 Danish firms have invested approximately €1,394,605,330 in the Czech Republic, creating 7,000 new jobs.
According to Industry and Trade Ministry spokesman Tomas Bartovsky, this has made Denmark the 15th biggest investor in the country. According to local media Danish companies have in resent years invested in advanced technologies and services. Companies like Bang & Olufsen have invested about approximately € 17,426,743 in a new plant in the employing 200 people. Other major Danish investors are, for instance, Dansk Eternit Holding, Disa Holding, Fibertex and Lego.