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Poland May Privatize Three Firms

9:24 AM MDT | September 22, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The Polish government says it may sell its stakes in chemical company Ciech (Warsaw) and fertilizer producers ZA Tarnow (Tarnow, Poland) and ZA Kedzierzyn (Kedzierzyn, Poland), which are due to sign an agreement at the end of this month to merge into a consortium. The government says it will also encourage the consortium to acquire PKN Orlen’s (Plock, Poland) 85% stake in polyvinyl chloride producer Anwil (Wloclawek, Poland), before the...

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