GREECE: Evrofarma plans US$13.3m investment to maintain growth rate
Domestic dairy firm Evrofarma has revealed plans to invest up to 5bn drachmas (US$13.3m) between 2002-2004, according to a report in the Naftemporiki newspaper. The money will be focused on enabling the company to maintain its high growth rate and expand its distribution network. Production units will be upgraded and Evrofarma plans to build a distribution centre in the town of Alexandroupolis.
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