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Poland's Major Agricultural and Food Processing Companies.


One always imagines that not a lot is known about the companies involved in trade and manufacture in the countries of the Eastern Block. This book rather disproves that theory because it lists financial results for a whole host of companies.

Part one deals with agricultural companies and there are probably some three hundred of them identified. In each case one is given the full name and address of the company, with a description of what they produce together with the turnover. Part two deals with food processing companies and there are probably some eighty listed, again showing what they do, both in terms of output and turnover. The final part is on trading companies and just fifteen are listed.

Now that the world is rapidly becoming a smaller place and there is dawning realisation that we all have to interact with one another the information provided here can only encourage trade and, perhaps more important, contact.
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Author:Binsted, Howard
Publication:Food Trade Review
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Date:Mar 1, 1990
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