FINLAND: Pork woes continue for HKScan

By Sam Webb | 4 November 2011

Finland-based meat processor HKScan has posted a fall in in EBIT in its third-quarter, despite an easing in European pork problems.

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Finland-based meat processor HKScan has posted a fall in in EBIT in its third-quarter, despite an easing in European pork problems.

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