Standard AD - in bankruptcy proceedings

November 2013
SeeNews Research & Profiles (Company Profiles);2013, p14277
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A profile of Standard AD, also known as Standard JSC and Preduzece za Preradu Plastike i Metala Standard AD, is presented. Standard AD is based in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is a plastics and metal processing company. Ljiljana Stajic serves as a receiver and member of the executive board for the company. Financial information on Standard AD including total assets, liabilities and profit margins for the years 2009-2011 is provided.


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