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Polish beverages firm eyes Iran investment

TEHRAN, June 6, 2016

Poland-based Krynica Vitamin, a leading producer of beverages, is seeking a local partner to produce its products in Iran, a senior company official said in a report.

The company has recognised the huge potential of the Iranian market and is looking for local partners to invest in the production of non-alcoholic drinks, Barotosz Kazouski, export manager, Krynica Vitamin, was quoted as saying in an Iran Daily News report.

Pointing to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif's visit to Poland, he added that after the removal of anti-Iran sanctions, Tehran-Warsaw relations have entered a new phase.

Kazouski noted that the two countries are determined to expand cooperation in the economic and political fields.
 




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