Croatia's Djuro Djakovic signs framework agreement with Finland's Patria.

By bne IntelliNews June 13, 2012
Croatian holding company Djuro Djakovic signed a framework agreement with Finland's Patria on the establishment of joint ventures in third markets for the sale of armoured wheeled vehicles produced by Patria, news agency HINA reported, quoting the Croatian company as saying. Djuro Djakovic will be a prime contractor. The third countries have not been identified yet. The companies had a successful cooperation in the delivery of armoured vehicles to Croatias defence ministry.
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