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Anirina’s $7.5m Leningrad fish breeding posted

1 Jan '10
Finland’s Anirina Oy has plans to build a fish-breeding factory in Leningrad Region, Leningrad regional officials report.

The Finnish company reportedly intends to invest $7.5m in the new factory.

Project timeframes have yet to be announced.
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