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John Deere wants to produce combines in Russia
2.04.2008 13:01
John Deere wants to produce combines in Russia

American John Deere, the world leading manufacturer of agriculture equipment, plans to build a Russian plant to produce combines, said the president of the company.
      Now John Deere intends to invest 90 million dollars in its own dealer centre in the Kaluga Region. The centre will be comprised of a finished products storage, a spares parts storage and a training unit. The centre will expectedly be put in operation in 2010.
      The head of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture welcomes the American company on the Russian market.
      Russian Business


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