FINLAND: HKScan reduces 2011 EBIT guidance

By Petah Marian | 26 July 2011

Finnish meat processor HKScan has reduced its forecast for its 2011 EBIT on the back of rising raw material costs and other high production input costs.

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Finnish meat processor HKScan has reduced its forecast for its 2011 EBIT on the back of rising raw material costs and other high production input costs.

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