Mriya agricultural holding is closing its office in Podil, Kyiv, transferring employees to offices in Ternopil and Lviv.
Friday, December 7, 2018

Mriya agricultural holding is closing its office in Podil, Kyiv, transferring employees to offices in Ternopil and Lviv.

Mriya agricultural holding is closing its office in Podil, Kyiv, transferring employees to offices in Ternopil and Lviv. The company reports: “In connection with the successful completion of the debt restructuring process, Mriya no longer needs a representative office in Kyiv.” In September, the London unit of Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company, or SALIC, bought Mriya. This winter, Mriya’s assets are being incorporated with SALIC’s Continental Farmers Group which operates 45,000 hectares of land in Lviv and Ternopil.

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