Montana Cowboy Bucks Putin’s Meat Ban With Expansion – Bloomberg
Ilya Nitsenko, deputy director of beef producer Zarechnoe with more than 30,000 head of cattle in the Kaluga and Voronezh regions, is left unmoved by the economic showdown.
“We’re used to working in a country where the business environment changes all of the time,” he said in response to a question about the recent sanctions. “We haven’t been doing anything particularly new. We just took the models that already existed in the States and Australia and adapted them to our conditions.”