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SKOPJE (Macedonia), March 11 (SeeNews) – Macedonia’s Jugohrom Ferroalloys plans to invest 10 million euro ($13.9 million) to meet the highest standards for environmental protection, local media reported on Tuesday.
The activities required as part of the process of obtaining an integrated environmental permit will be conducted gradually to allow the plant to remain operational, daily Vecer reported, quoting Jugohrom Ferroalloys director general Branislav Gjurovic.
Jugohrom, which operates seven furnaces and has 1,200 workers, is based near the city of Tetovo, in the country's northwest.