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{draw:frame} BISCUIT-CHOCOLATE SEES SALES RISE BY 2.4 TIMES IN Q1,2010 Publication: Interfax - Ukraine Business
Provider: Interfax May 5, 2010 Kharkiv-based Biscuit-Chocolate Corporation,a large confectionary producer in Ukraine,in January to March 2010 sold 16,600 tonnes of produce,which is 2.4 times up compared to 2009,according to a corporation press release. The corporation in the first quarter of 2010 saw production rise to 16,700 tonnes. In monetary terms,the corporation over the period produced goods worth a total of UAH 213.6 million,which exceeds the last year's level by 47%. Biscuit-Chocolate Corporation,one of the largest confectionary producers in Ukraine,was established in 2004. The corporation produces confectioneries under the eponymous brand. The corporation ranks fourth in Ukraine in the volume of confectionery production and sales. > CONSUMER GOODS & SERVICES {draw:rect} KONTI BOOSTS SALES BY 47% IN Q1, 2010 Publication: Interfax Ukraine Business Panorama Provider: Interfax Ukraine April 19, 2010 The KONTI Group, which has confectionary assets in Ukraine and Russia, in January-March 2010, increased its sales by an estimated 47% year-over-year, to UAH 915 million. According to a press release of the group issued on Monday, sales in Ukraine rose by 57%, sales in Russia grew by 43%, while in other CIS states they went up by 37%. In Q1, 2010 the group increased production by 26%, to 60,700 tonnes. In particular, its Ukrainian factories produced 44,200 tonnes of products, which is 30% up year-over-year, and its Russian companies produced 16,400 tonnes (a 19% rise year-over-year). The KONTI group, formed in 1997, is one of the top three leaders on the Ukrainian **confectionery** market and one of the ten biggest players on the Russian market. It incorporates CJSC KONTI and CJSC KONTI-RUS. Its main production…...

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