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Taking the risk in Russia


, : Taking the risk in Russia. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 576): 4-5

The potential for investment in the Russian dairy industry by foreign companies is examined, with particular reference to France. The potential consumer market for milk and milk products is estimated to be approximately 40 million, with the market for 'top of the range' products being 4-5 million consumers. The difficulty of obtaining accurate market information is, however, stressed.


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