Merger plans hit an obstacle

Beachman, Will
March 2004
European Chemical News;3/22/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 2092, p8
Trade Publication
Predicts a delay in the completion of merger talks between Poland's oil refinery PKN and Mol company in 2004. Work commissioned by Polish finance minister Zbigniew Kaniewski to Nafta Polska.


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