Six High-Tech Firms Including eMAG Apply For RON30M State Aid To Create 800 Jobs

07.04.2017 By Adrian Seceleanu

Six high-tech companies, among which eMAG, the largest online retailer in Romania (via a new company established for the purpose) and IT outsourcing provider Ness in Iasi, have applied to the Finance Ministry for almost 30 million lei (EUR6.6 million) state aid to make investments that will create about 800 jobs, a document on the Finance Ministry website shows.

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