POLAND: OPPM Bialystok expects profit for first time in 3 years
Polish meat processing company OPPM Bialystok has predicted that it will make a profit by the year-end for the first time in three years. Despite the company making a net loss of over PlZ15m (US$3.6m) over the last two years, Bialystok has undergone a major restructuring funded by capital gained from privatisation, and now expects to turn a profit.
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