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Borisov demands options for “Kremikovtzi”

Submitted on Monday, 10 August 2009No Comment

The prime minister Borisov demanded options for the future of “Kremikovtzi” in short terms.

These options have to guarantee the interests of the country, the workers of the metallurgy factory and the shareholders, states the message from the government press center.

The prime minister took place in a work meeting with representatives of the shareholding companies of the metallurgy factory “Kremikovtzi”. The creation of a work group that will develop options for the future of the factory was decided at this meeting.

The vice-prime minister Simeon Dyankov, the minister of economics, energy and tourism Traicho Traikov, the chief architect of Sofia Petar Dikov, the syndic of the union Tsvetan Bankov and representatives of the factory syndicate attended the meeting as well.

Shareholders were represented by David Charnin, vice-president and chief economics advisor of York Capital management, Pravin Banker from |Global financial network and Cedric Banker from Balkan capital management.

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