APPC joins Saudi listings rush

Kovac, Matt
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/27/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 45, p12
Trade Publication
This article reveals the plans of Advanced Polypropylene Co. (APPC) to list on the local stock exchange in Saudi Arabia. APPC is expected to float around 66 million new shares at Saudi Riyals 10 each, to raise its capital by 47%. The date for subscription has been set for November 25 until December 4, 2006, and will be open only to Saudi investors. Saudi's Samba Financial Group is the lead manager.


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