Hog-farming technology company Aliter-P unveils HUF 200m base

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Aliter-P, a Hungarian company that sells hog-farming technology, inaugurated a HUF 200m base in Babolna (NW Hungary) on Wednesday.

Aliter-P won a HUF 76m grant for the investment, said managing director Gabor Peresztegi.

Aliter-P expects revenue of HUF 500m this year, down from 800m in 2011 and around HUF 1bn in the years before crisis.

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