When Fibenol slammed the door, Estonia retaliated by offering a biochemical factory in exchange for a long-term supply of wood

When Fibenol slammed the door, Estonia retaliated by offering a biochemical factory in exchange for a long-term supply of wood
When Fibenol slammed the door, Estonia retaliated by offering a biochemical factory in exchange for a long-term supply of wood
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Published: 04/02/2024 06:45

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It is reported that Fibenol, owned by Estonian businessman Raul Kirjanen, is planning to invest almost 700 million. the value of building a biorefinery plant in Latvia caused not only a lot of discussion. The State Micotvarkas Centras (RMK) will offer the opportunity to sign a long-term wood purchase agreement for a company that wants to build a biochemical factory.

RMK urges businesses no later than April 22. to inform about their plans to negotiate for the purchase of less valuable state timber. The long-term timber contract is valid from 2028. by that time Estonia should have built a wooden …

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