Dnipro plans to break ground next spring on what is to be a $100 million industrial park
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Dnipro plans to break ground next spring on what is to be a $100 million industrial park

Dnipro plans to break ground next spring on what is to be a $100 million industrial park on a 61-hectare brownfield site 4 km from the city center. Volodymyr Panchenko, director of the Dnipro Development Agency, tells Interfax-Ukraine: “The first facilities of the industrial park will be the front office of the industrial park, the Industrial EXPO exhibition center, offices and…the business incubator.” With blueprints approved last month, four companies are interested in project sites. The park is to be 80% funded by investors and management company, with 10% coming from the city and 9.5% from Kyiv.

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