Russian Cosmetics Company to Open Plant in Estonia ({{commentsTotal}})

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Russian company Natura Siberica will open a factory in Tallinn, which might mean 100 jobs and an annual turnover of 40 million euro.

One of the owners of the company, Andrei Trubnikov, told Postimees today that producing the cosmetics in Estonia will lower prices by a fifth, and they hope to begin production in October.

Trubnikov said his company is looking for land in Saaremaa to grow berries and moss for a line of Estonian cosmetics, adding that Estonia has a good image in the world and in Russia.



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