According to EBRD website, the loan will enable Draexlmaier to expand production capacity in Romania, Moldova, Serbia, FYR Macedonia and Tunisia. It is is expected to arise from strengthening vocational training and knowledge-intensive activities in several countries. The company is a major employer in the relevant countries and has actively pursued skills transfers through cooperation with local educational institutions and training programmes, which is expected to be continued.
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