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Deutsche Welle: Farm machines for Ukraine’s ‘black earth’ (VIDEO)

by www.kyivpost.com

The Ukrainian economy is on a slow upswing, and agriculture is productive. From small family farms to large agribusiness, farm equipment from German firm Horsch is in demand. The company has set up a factory in Ukraine. Watch the video here.

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