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Gome, Amanda
March 2006
BRW;3/30/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p74
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the insurance and plastic businesses of Ron Tatarka in Australia. Tatarka has built a profitable business in the country, landing him on the "BRW Fast 100" for three consecutive years. It has a forecast revenue of $37 million in 2005-2006, an increase from 32 million in the previous year. Revenue from the operations of the machine he bought at a liquidation sale is $ 1.3 million. Tatarka is planning to combine his two plastic companies and in order to build a market force.


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