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MK GROUP THE LARGEST EXPORTER IN THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY

MK GROUP THE LARGEST EXPORTER IN THE FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY

05/09/2017

Belgrade, 05 September 2017 – MK Group with its members, Carnex, Sunoko, MK Commerce and Agroglobe is the sixth largest exporter in Serbia in the period of January-July 2017 and the first in the food processing sector with a total amount of 116 million euros for the mentioned period. The largest share, 63.5 million euros, i.e. slightly more than half…

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President of MK Group held a lecture at the American Chamber of Commerce

President of MK Group held a lecture at the American Chamber of Commerce

Decisiveness, hard work and courage are keys to success

22/06/2017

Kopaonik, 22 June, 2017 - The fourth generation of the educational program "AmChamps - Young Leaders of Change" had the opportunity to hear valuable advice from Miodrag Kostić, President of MK Group, on how to achieve business success and start your own business. "It's important to come up with good opportunities and recognize them. Once you see them, you have…

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MK Fintel Wind began with construction of the third wind farm in Serbia  žand will invest 124 million euros in the first phase

MK Fintel Wind began with construction of the third wind farm in Serbia žand will invest 124 million euros in the first phase

KOŠAVA" TO PRODUCE ENERGY FOR 40 000 HOUSEHOLDS UNTIL THE END 2018

14/06/2017

Izbište, 14 June, 2017.- The construction of “Košava” - the third wind farm has begun today thanks to the company MK Fintel Wind. The wind farm at the same time represents the largest investment in the field of renewable energy in Serbia until now. Apart from the first two wind farms "Kula", near Kula and the wind farm "La Piccolina"…

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The company Sunoko celebrates "Sugar beet field day"

The company Sunoko celebrates "Sugar beet field day"

SUGAR BEET PLANTED ON OVER 60.000 HECTARES

02/06/2017

Inđija, 02 June 2017- "About 60,000 hectares of agricultural land were planted with sugar beet in Serbia this year. Variable weather conditions including extremely high temperatures at the end of March as well as extremely low temperatures, frost and snow in April, resulted in extremely uneven crops and crop combinations reduced for 5-10% in comparison to the previous year” said…

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