According to the EBRD's website, this project provides financing to Yakymly Kumush Suwy for additional working capital needs to ensure continuity of its soft drinks production during the COVID-19 crisis by mitigating the risk of possible disruption in supply of imported raw materials.
Yakymly Kumush Suwy is an economic society incorporated in Turkmenistan. The Company is engaged in production of soft drinks and drinking water.
Mr Yunus Muhammetdurdyev
House 42, 2127 street,Berkararlyk region, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
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