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BELGRADE (Serbia), January 30 (SeeNews) - US automated teller machine (ATM) producer National Cash Register (NCR) plans to launch in April in Serbia the construction of a $90 million (102.9 million euro) campus that will provide continuous learning opportunities, Serbian prime minister Ana Brnabic said.
The campus, with a footprint of 30,000 square metres, will represent the regional centre of NCR and will be located in Belgrade, Brnabic said on Thursday, as quoted in a statement by the Serbian government.
NCR expects to complete by 2021 the construction of the campus, which will be located in Block 42 of New Belgrade municipality of Serbia's capital, the director of the company in the country, Stefan Lazarevic, said.
The US automated teller machine has 3,100 employees in Serbia and plans to increase their number to 3,600 by the end of 2019, he added.
In March 2017, Serbia signed a public-private partnership agreement with NCR for the launch of the campus which will lead to the opening of around 1,500 jobs by the US company.
NCR produces self-service kiosks, point-of-sale terminals, automated teller machines, check processing systems, barcode scanners, and business consumables.
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