FINLAND: Pork problems push HKScan to H1 loss

By Dean Best | 10 August 2011

Finland-based meat processor HKScan has posted a first-half loss as rising commodity costs and low pork prices hit the company's profits.

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Finland-based meat processor HKScan has posted a first-half loss as rising commodity costs and low pork prices hit the company's profits.

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