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Belarus Meat and poultry, Processed and prepared meats 29.04.2009The review of the meat industry of Grodno region
The basic branch in the agriculture of Grodno region is the animal breeding. In the total amount of manufacture the relative density of production of this branch occupies 54%. On cattle processing in live weight the region occupies 25% from the total amount across the Republic of Belarus, on manufacture of sausage products - 27%, on manufacturing of half-finished meat products - 30%.
Belarus Alcoholic beverages 29.04.2009The wine and liquor industry in Grodno region, 2008
There are some 14 wine and liquor enterprise in the territory of Grodno region. They include the organizations like Djatlov Wine and Liquor Distillery, Porechje Distillery (detached organization departments of Grodnopischeprom UE). Slonim Wine-Making Plant UE, a branch office of Grodnopischeprom UE, which, in turn, has a detached organization department Oytsov Distillery; RUE Grodno Distillery Nemanoff.
Belarus Economics 17.04.2009Review of Grodno region social and economic development
Grodno region is situated in western part of East European Plain. It stretches 247 kilometers from north to south and 213 kilometers from west to east. It occupies 25118 square kilometers. There is glaciofluvial Nioman Lowland in the centre of the region, low wavy Lida Plain stretches to the north of it, Grodno and Volkovyssk Hills – to the south-west, Novogrugok Hills – to the south-east, and Oshmyany Hills – to the north-east.