Cargill Corporation has won the green light to control Neptune grain terminal which opened last November in Pivdennyi

Cargill Corporation has won the green light to control Neptune grain terminal which opened last November in Pivdennyi, Ukraine’s busiest Black Sea. Ukraine’s Antimonopoly Committee agreed that Cargill can take control of the terminal it built with MV Cargo. Cargill, a privately held American food conglomerate, had invested $100 million in construction of the terminal.

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