A Chicken in Every Kastrulya

Korzun, Ksenia
March 2011
Transitions Online;3/7/2011, p3
The article offers information on how the company Myronivsky Hliboproduct (MHP) in Ukraine performed well in business during the financial crisis. It informs that the key business of MHP is chicken farming and to sell its poultry products in its own chain store in Nasha Ryaba. It states that in the third quarter of 2009, the company put 76,000 tons of chicken on Ukrainian table alone despite financial crisis. It further tells that the company has planned for building a larger facility.


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