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BMC privatisation expected to boost economic viability

As part of its restructuring process to achieve operational efficiencies, Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) sold-off its cold-storage infrastructure in the United Kingdom (UK) in May 2006 for £7,1 million, and now once in a while rents out private cold-storage facilities in Europe on a need-basis. This was revealed by Minister of Agricultural Development and Food […]

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