A $600 million corn processing plant is planned for construction next year in Hnivan, 25 km south of Vinnytsia.
Monday, August 20, 2018

A $600 million corn processing plant is planned for construction next year in Hnivan, 25 km south of Vinnytsia.

A $600 million corn processing plant is planned for construction next year in Hnivan, 25 km south of Vinnytsia. Valeriy Koroviy, head of the regional administration, tells Vinnitsa.info: “High-tech, modern production will give the opportunity to create 1,000 new jobs.” Hnivan, a railroad town, lost population as local sugar and milk processing plants faltered and local workers traveled to Poland. London-listed MHP, Ukraine’s largest agricultural producer, says it is considering investing in the project.

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