The store chain Aman, as indicated by the local self-government in Kula, will build a shopping center in the town, across the street from the bus station.
During the meeting of the president of the Temporary Authority of the Municipality of Kula, Velibor Milojicic, and the General Director of Aman, Nemanja Petrovic, it was said that the construction of the shopping center of 2,300 square meters would begin in March and end on October 31, 2019.
The Municipality of Kula will make efforts to have the investment realized as per the store chain’s plans, Milojicic told Petrovic.
As he added, all the resources of the Municipal Administration will be put in service of the investor, as the arrival of any company, especially a serious company such as Aman, makes Kula economically stronger.
According to Petrovic, 45 workers will be employed at the shopping center, and the initial salary will be RSD 35,000.
He said that Aman had 214 retail stores in 24 towns in Serbia and that it employed around 3,000 workers.
Aman was founded by Nedal Halil, a Jordanian who completed his stomatology studies in Belgrade and founded his family in the city. He has Serbian citizenship and has been active in Belgrade for close to 25 years.