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It’s this kind of sophistication, combined with high-precision farming, that has made billionaire Oleg Bakhmatyuk’s Ukrlandfarming a darling and the envy of Ukraine’s dynamic agricultural community. The company claims to have 70 percent higher corn yields than the national average, for example.

Impressive as it looks, including last year’s 39 percent net income jump to above $750 million, the agriculture company’s eurobond and stock holders are probably wondering more about operations in Russia-annexed Crimea and the turbulent eastern regions, where it has land resources and chicken processing plants.

This week they have that opportunity as a company delegation on May 11 went on a European investor relations roadshow, Ukrlandfarming deputy chief executive officer Ihor Petrashko told the Kyiv Post on the eve of the trip.

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