Under this project EBRD provides a loan of up to US$ 2 million to Altyn Yunus, a Turkmenistan-based producer of snacks and confectionery products. The funds will contribute towards AY's investment programme aimed to build new production facility for the production of jelly sweets.
The main objective of the project is to invest in equipment for the productions of jelly sweets and support the expansion of Altyn Yunus operations.
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Dunya Nazarowadunya.firstname.lastname@example.org+99365629853+99312468152www.altynyunus.tm82 Ataturk str
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