A firm involved in a legal dispute with the state pipelines firm Transpetrol has recommended a court liquidate the firm for shortcomings in the data it has on record with the Bratislava Stock Exchange. The government is trying to privatise a Transpetrol stake by the end of the year, but has already been snared by a court decision temporarily blocking the movement of shares.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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12. Nov 2001 at 10:31