BHP Billiton on back burner

Abrams, Colin
April 2003
Finance Week;4/7/2003, p24
Considers the stock performance of South African firms, BHP Billiton Ltd. and Iscor Ltd. Factors affecting the stocks of the firms; Investment strategies that should be adopted by the companies.


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