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Vucic: 3,000 people working at Mei Ta plant

Tanjug 14.01. 14:37

Vucic: 3,000 people working at Mei Ta plant

People were in disbelief when the Mei Ta investment was launched five years ago, and today there are 3,000 workers here, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Tuesday during a visit to the Chinese automotive parts manufacturer's factory in Belgrade's suburban municipality of Obrenovac. BELGRADE -»»»

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