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Slovenians to invest in Topiko

01. March 2010. | 06:12

Source: limun.hr, B92

Slovenian Group Perutnina Ptuj announced to invest EUR 25 million in the Serbian meat factory Topiko based in Backa Topola over the next three years.

Slovenian Group Perutnina Ptuj announced to invest EUR 25 million in the Serbian meat factory Topiko based in Backa Topola over the next three years.

Perutnina Ptuj stated it had invested EUR 25 million in the youngest member of its group since the beginning of 2008. Topiko employs 874 people and is supposed to be the biggest meat producer in Serbia.

If the plans for the increase in production are fulfilled, there will be room for additional employment, Perutnina Ptuj said. The Slovenian Group made EUR 250m in profit in 2009, from this amount, EUR 32m in profit was made in Serbia.

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