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Slovak dairy threatened by Western products

Slovakia's dairy producers union the SMZ warned that the industry was facing severe competition from imported Western products.

Head of the SMZ Jan Brocko said that the industry recorded a steep fall in earnings in 2002, from a Sk170 million (4 million euro) profit in 2001 to a loss of Sk123 million (3 million euro) last year.

Compiled by Martina Pisárová from press reports.
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