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FINNISH FAST FOOD CHAIN HESBURGER TAKES ON THE CHALLENGES OF EAST EUROPEAN MARKETS

Turku-based Hesburger is now building sales in Belarus, having announced it would move into this country in 2017. This follows launches in Ukraine in 2015, and Bulgaria in 2016. Having branched abroad into Estonia first in 1996, now has 207 overseas outlets in eight countries (also including Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, as well as Germany, close to 271 it has in Finland.…

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VOLVO RUSSIA CFO STRESSES NEED FOR EMPATHY AND FLEXIBILITY TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS

There are two displays in the Moscow office of the CFO of Volvo Car Russia, Vladimir Lagutin, that catches the attention, immediately: a large elegantly-framed poster of UK electronic music band Depeche Mode and a case of tennis balls.

“Those things – music and tennis – keep me from being stressed,” says Lagutin.…

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MEPS SLAM CASH FOR PASSPORT SCHEMES IN TAX CRIMES REPORT

Centre right members of the European Parliament’s special committee on financial crimes, tax evasion and tax avoidance (TAX3) have hit out at the 18 EU member states, that offer citizenship or residence in exchange for investments. The MEPs, members of the European People’s Party (EPP), spoke out November 14 as the committee handed down a draft report*, with findings and recommendations, including phasing out such rights.…

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UNINETTUNO – ITALY’S TOP ONLINE UNIVERSITY HARNESSING 3D TECH TO ENHANCE LEARNING

With traditional universities increasingly using web-based learning as a way of recruiting students world-wide, University World News spoke to the head of Italy’s top online university to see how it has developed a successful model for international higher learning

Enrollments for the 2018-2019 school year at the Rome-based International Telematic University, Uninettuno, have exceeded expectations, university rector Maria Amata Garito, shared with UWN: “I can confirm that enrolments have jumped quite a bit this year – up by circa 200% compared to last year,” said Garito.…

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IRISH DAIRY SECTOR HAS BECOME A BIG OVERSEAS EXPORTER

TIME was when dairy farming in Ireland was a family affair, with smallholdings and local dairies predominant. But those days are long gone. The Irish dairy sector is now big business, not just on Republic of Ireland’s 4.8 million population, but also overseas, with big brands targeting foreign markets.…

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ESTABLISHED EASTERN EUROPE PAINT MARKETS SETTLE WHILE EMERGING MARKETS STILL HAVE ROOM TO GROW

EASTERN Europe is always a tough market for major paint and coating manufacturers to crack, containing multiple national markets, some in the European Union (EU), some outside, and all with differing cultural and language requirements for marketers to master.

Poland, with its 38 million population and robust economy (projected by the World Bank to grow at 4.2%…

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INDIA’S BEAUTY SECTOR DIVERSIFYING AS IT GROWS AND MATURES – BUT BRANDS NEED SHARPNESS TO PROFIT

The Indian beauty and personal care industry is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 5.6% until 2022, according to research conducted by market analysis company Euromonitor International, down from the 9.1% year-on-year growth to USD14 billion that the sector reported in 2017.…

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UKRAINE FOSTERING ITS LATEST STRENGTH IN DAIRY PRODUCTION FOR LOCAL AND OVERSEAS MARKETS

WITH its huge agricultural hinterland and distinctive products – tvoroh (curd cheese), sour cream, kefir (a fermented milk drink) and syrniki (fritters made with curd cheese) – Ukraine has a unique local dairy market with an appeal beyond its national borders.…

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SPAIN’S PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT MARKET CONTINUES TO REBOUND FROM RECESSIONARY PAST

SPAIN’S personal care product market is continuing to grow after years of post-financial crisis weakness. Spain’s skincare, cosmetic and perfume industry continues to mature, and has turned in solid sales figures for 2017, reflecting the optimistic mood of the economy after the ‘lost’ years of the recession.…

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POLAND’S WALL TO TACKLE SWINE FEVER SHOULD HAVE BEEN BUILT 4 YEARS AGO, MEAT EXPERTS SAY

THE DECISION of the Polish government to build a 1,200-kilometre-long fence along the country’s eastern border as a tool to fight African Swine Fever (ASF) by blocking the migration of infected wild boars has been condemned as too-little-too-late by Poland’s meat sector.…

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