November 2013
Latin Trade (English);Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p34
The article features Lorenzo Mendoza Giménez, chief executive officer of Latin American conglomerate Empresas Polar, who relates the vertical commitment he has employed in his company. The decision to concentrate on food and beverages and to stay in Venezuela are recounted. Their expansion into other Latin American regions, and the establishment of agricultural research centers are also discussed.


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