Shareholders Piqued by Peak Officer

Hall, Terry
April 2001
Chartered Accountants Journal;Apr2001, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p44
Comments on the sale of New Zealand-based Fletcher Energy to the Royal Dutch Shell-Apache consortium. Failure of bidders to raise the issue of national interest during the meeting that confirmed the sale; Degree of uncertainty which surrounded the offer of the Peak group.


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