RUSSIA: Danone dairy output in Russia up
According to Russia's Prime Tass, French giant Danone 's Russian subsidiary doubled its 2001 dairy output in Russia to 50,000 tones. James Dwier, the company's director for Russia, said they had plans to further increase output by 60% during 2002. Danone owns two factories in Russia, one in the city of Chekhov in the Moscow region and another in the city of Tolyatti in the Samara region.
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