German car parts producer Bosch has submitted a request for state aid for the investment project in Cluj, according to Prime Minister Emil Boc.
“I know, for instance, that Bosch has submitted a request for state aid for creating work places and making investments in Cluj and other companies that come there in the place of Nokia. This is a commitment that we took long ago and must be respected. This must be done everywhere in the country, whether we are talking about comppanies such as Delphi in Iasi or Ford in Craiova or Pirelli in Slatina, it does not matter in what part of the country there are investments that create work places. We must answer quickly to these requests for investments and give them the necessary support so that these investments are rolled out,” said Boc.
Bosch will set up its production facilities on 21 hectares in the Tetarom III industrial park, which previously included the Nokia production unit, where it will manufacture electronic components for cars. Investments made by the German producer could reach EUR 60 million.
Read more on what investors will occupy Nokia’s place at Jucu at this link.