Talk:Obolon (company)

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leading on domestic market[edit]

What is the exact meaning of the phrase:

leading on domestic market

Does it mean that the company holds the majority of sales in Ukraine, or it is just a typical marketing cliche? Are there any numbers available? Mikkalai 18:51, 16 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Hey, Mikkalai, nice to see you questioning my edits. Thank you for not using insulting characteristics like "babble" this time ;). Yes, the company is leading in domestic sales (beer market at least). And no, I'm not promoting its corporate image. You look for numbers and correct me в случае чего. Pryvit, AlexPU

Kvass[edit]

I guess they also make kvass, don't they? – Kpalion (talk) 21:46, 16 Feb 2005 (UTC)

They have been definitely making the unpreserved street-vending kvas (if you know what I mean) in Soviet times. Not sure for now. Actually, Rosynka (also old-time company) is the city's (and the nation-wide) leader in kvas market (I guess). BTW, why don't you write the corporate article on this? Best wishes, AlexPU

Formal name[edit]

I'm still not sure whether it is ПАТ or ПрАт. As soon as we find out, the article is to be renamed I guess. Ukrained (talk) 00:27, 21 January 2012 (UTC)