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Mizsetáp opens egg farm in central Hungary

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Hungarian agribusiness Mizsetáp Kft. inaugurated a HUF 1.5 bln egg farm in Lajosmizse, central Hungary late last week, Hungarian news agency MTI reported on Friday. 

Executive director Csaba Kollár said the farm expects to account for 2% of Hungaryʼs egg production while headcount will rise from 59 to 65 in next three months.

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán spoke at the inauguration ceremony and underlined the importance of strong, family-owned businesses and their contribution to the success of the country.

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