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Olainfarm Sets Out ‘Forward 2020-2025’ Strategy

Company Plans To Invest In Developing Portfolio, Including Acquisitions

Executive Summary

Latvia’s Olainfarm has set out details of a five-year strategy called ‘Forward 2020-2025’ that it anticipates will “make internal processes more effective for sustainable growth.” While laying out its forecast for 2021, the company said that it has planned “significant investments for research and development, as well as the acquisition of products and modernization and digitalization.”

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