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Agricorp Invest SA, a unit of the Monaco-registered group Monaco Resources, has acquired a majority stake in the Macedonian mushroom and vegetable processing plant, Bonum, the company said.
Agricorp Invest S.A., via its wholly owned subsidiary Agri Food Invest Luxembourg, which operates and develops agricultural and food projects in Africa, Europe and Asia, said in a statement it “is pleased to announce a diversification of its portfolio by investing in Bonum, a company based in Skopje and near Kumanovo, in the Republic of Macedonia.” The value of the deal was not disclosed.
Commenting on the deal in a Facebook post, former prime minister and ruling party leader Nikola Gruevski, said the brownfield investment is planned to create 100 new jobs within a year. The plant will be reorganised and its production is expected to double as a result of the investment, he added. Monaco Resources, at 2, rue de la Lujerneta, has operations spanning mining, agribusiness, energy, logistics and financial services. (Source: seenews.com)
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