The Eurasian Business Report for August 26 notes that Russky Kholod, one of Russia's biggest ice cream-makers. (Last Licks).The Eurasian Eur·a·sian
1. Of or relating to Eurasia.
2. Of mixed European and Asian descent.
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2. A native or inhabitant of Eurasia. Business Report for August 26 notes that Russky Rus·sky
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[Russian russki Kholod, one of Russia's biggest ice cream-makers, will open an ice cream factory in the Moscow before the year is out. The privately-held company, founded in 1998, has a plant, outfitted out·fit
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3. with modern equipment from global leaders such as Tetra Pak Tetra Pak is a multinational food processing and packaging company of Swedish origin. It was founded in 1951 in Lund, Sweden by Ruben Rausing and Erik Wallenberg. The company is part of the Tetra Laval group which also includes Sidel- who specialise in PET bottles- and DeLaval, a , in Altai-Kholod in the western Siberian Siberian
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