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Estonia Prepares for Massive Fish Farms

ESTONIA - A new fish harvesting complex has been planned for development in Estonia claims that it will have up to 1,200 employees.

Postimees writes that the project is being developed by Fjordfresh Holding, a subsidiary of Kalmar Union of Scandinavia.

The news, published in the bbn, says that according to plans, two thirds of the employees would process the fish and the rest would specialise in harvesting salmon.

The project is managed by Danish businessman Thorben Nielsen who plans to invest up to EEK 8 billion in five years.

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