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Wednesday, November 24, 2004
A Bulgarian company and a Romanian one have remained in the race for buying Dobromin Constanta after one of the bidders retired and another was rejected by the negotiation commission within AVAS. According to an AVAS release, the commission decided after the pre-qualification stage to continue the negotiations with Alfa Kaolin Bulgaria and the corporation comprising Metaleuroest Cimpina, Constanta Mineral Employees’ Association, Elsid Titu and the individual Gabriela Serban.
Posted by Mihai Botea : 11/24/2004 04:51:00 pm
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