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Ivica Todoric is 16th most influential foreign person in Serbia

31. January 2011. | 08:59

Source: Croatian Times

Croatian businessman Ivica Todoric has been voted to be among the most influential foreign people in neighbouring Serbia.

Croatian businessman Ivica Todoric has been voted to be among the most influential foreign people in neighbouring Serbia.

The owner of Agrokor company has been placed 16th in the list of most influential foreign people in Serbia published by daily newspaper Blic. The paper has revealed the list of 50 most influential people in Serbia.

Ivica Todoric has entered Serbia with his business in 2003 buying Frikom company, but has later bought more companies there and spread his business. It is believed Agrokor makes 600 million Euro business in Serbia per year


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