RUSSIA'S biggest ice cream producer Russky Kholod will launch a factory in Moscow with a projected output of 2,000 metric tons per month in 2003. The company has -modestly - described the plant as "the most modern ice-cream production facility in the world." Ice cream production in Russia has risen by five per cent over each of the past two years, averaging around 380,000 tons per annum.

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