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Grupa Lotos enters WIG20 index

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 21-09-2005, 15:32

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – On Monday, Grupa Lotos, Poland’s second largest fuel company, entered the WIG20 indcex. It substituted Mondi. Yesterday, Lotos shares cost PLN 40.9 (EUR 10.5). Meanwhile, Nafta Polska, the state-owned enterprise responsible for privatisation in oil sector, considers another stage of Lotos restructuring.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – On Monday, Grupa Lotos, Poland’s second largest fuel company, entered the WIG20 indcex. It substituted Mondi. Yesterday, Lotos shares cost PLN 40.9 (EUR 10.5). Meanwhile, Nafta Polska, the state-owned enterprise responsible for privatisation in oil sector, considers another stage of Lotos restructuring. Today, 41 percent of the company belongs to private investors.

“The decision concerning Lotos privatisation should be made next year. It should be based on the company’s financial results and the level of investments. In 2007, Nafta Polska could sell a substantial stake to a strategic investor”, Adam Sek, Nafta Polska CEO said.

No one knows, however, whether the new government will like those plans. Law and Justice (PiS) suggested that the Treasury should keep a 50 percent stake in Lotos. Old ideas of merging Lotos with PKN Orlen may be back on the agenda.(PLN 1 = EUR 0.256)

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