Agros: Warsaw Winner

How Agros made the leap to the free market

Many Central European managers have found it hard to adapt to the tumultuous economic changes in the past six years. Not Zofia Gaber, CEO of Poland's Agros. The 56-year-old manager has turned her company from a state-owned monopoly food trader into a profitable $400 million food manufacturer listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Analysts say several multinationals have been eyeing the company.

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