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Oktober 2007
EMZ, Metalen intend to replace all aeration devices at their capacities until 2018
The Yenakiieve metallurgical plant (EMZ) and the Metalen metallurgical company intend to replace all aeration devices at their production facilities until 2018. According to the statement, there are over 70 aeration devices at the Yenakiieve metallurgical plant and Metalen. New aeration systems to be commissioned with the new furnaces No.1 and No.3 will significantly reduce the level of emissions. The preparations for the construction of furnace No.3 have started. The construction will take three years. The investment in the construction is estimated at USD 180 million. EMZ plans to start the construction of furnace No.1 in 2010. EMZ says the investment in the equipment with a nature protection effect will top USD 1 billion within eight years. Metalen and EMZ are members of the Metinvest Group. Metinvest manages the ore mining and metallurgical assets of the System Capital Management company.
31.10.2007 Source: Ukrainian News

Dniprospetsstal to decide on IPO in early 2008
Dniprospetsstal (DSS), a major Ukrainian manufacturer of special steels that is controlled by the Interpipe group, will make a decision at the start of 2008 on whether to carry out an initial public offering, CEO Daniel Valk said. The plans for an IPO will be discussed by shareholders at the beginning of the year. He said management maps out the company's development strategy, which must then be approved by shareholders, one of the largest of which is East One, formed through the restructuring of Interpipe's business. In addition, issues of strategy are discussed with the professional managers who head East One, after which DSS' plans are approved by the supervisory board of the Interpipe group. Valk said annual investment in the company's development totals USD 30 million to USD 50 million, and investment in new projects amounts to USD 50 million - USD 100 million. The company's analysts value DSS at USD 0.7 billion- USD 1 billion. At present the main competitors of the company are producers from Europe and North America, although the new production facilities of the similar direction have appeared in South-East Asia. "We've already feel their presence, but they are of no serious threat for us - they produce rather cheap products with low unearned increment. We have other priorities - most of all, more complicated production of high-alloy steel. Asian producers will be rivals to us if they decide to enter this market," he said.
31.10.2007 Source: Delo newspaper

Stockholders in Zaporizhstal to approve results of exchange of company's stocks for 100% stakes in the statutory funds of five merged companies in late 2007
The stockholders in Zaporizhstal at a general meeting scheduled for December 21, 2007 plan to approve a report on the exchange of the company's stocks for 100% stakes in the statutory funds of five merged companies. Among the merged companies are Zaporizhstal Trade House Ltd. with a UAH 180 million statutory fund, Steel Track Ltd. with a UAH 67.5 million statutory fund, Trade House of Refractory Products Ltd. with a UAH 67.5 million statutory fund, Zaporizhstal-Invest-Torgprom Ltd. with a UAH 90 million, and Tsentrostal Ltd. with a UAH 45 million statutory fund. The stockholders will also amend the company's regulations. Moreover, the stockholders will amend regulations of structural divisions. The stockholders will also consider the creation of daughter companies and branches of OJSC Zaporizhstal. The stockholders will hear reports by the board, supervisory council and audit commission on the company's activities in 2006, and approve profit distribution for 2007 and dividends.
31.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Region Ltd. and Donetsk Industrial Union boosts stakes in Kramatorsk Heavy Machine-Tool Building Works
Region Ltd., a wholesale rolled steel trader, has increased its stake in OJSC Kramatorsk Heavy Machine-Tool Building Works to 24.9%. Donetsk Industrial Union Ltd., a part of Industrial Union of Donbas, has increased its stake in the plant to 10.01%. Kramatorsk Heavy Machine-Tool Building Works is one of the biggest worldwide designers and manufacturers of heavy duty and specialized machine-tools for machining the parts with diameters of up to 6000 mm and weights up to 250 tonnes.
The company supplies its products to more than 50 countries around the world. In 2007, the plant expects its net sales to be UAH 120 million.
31.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Azovstal Iron & Steel Works put into operation BF gas pipeline "BF-TTP"
In September PJSC Azovstal Iron & Steel Works put into operation BF gas pipeline "BF-TTP". This unit is of strategic importance for Works in two key directions: with regard to energy saving and environmental protection. BF gas pipeline "BF-TTP" is intended for BF gas transfer to TTP boilers. BF gas is an optimal substitution of natural gas. The mill has invested UAH 9 million for BF gas pipeline construction. Annual saving from pipeline "BF-TTP" operation will make average UAH 50 million with regard to present cost of natural gas (1000 cu m - 956.23 UAH). "Work in energy saving field has a strategic importance for us, - noted Dmitry Livshits, Director General of PJSC Azovstal Iron & Steel Works. Well-directed projects implementation in energy saving field is a profitability and competitiveness increase of our company. 19 projects directed to the energy saving were implemented since 2004 - 2006 within the frameworks of TOP at Works. Their implementation allows subdivisions to decrease electric power consumption by 16 million kilowatt-hour per year and natural gas - by 44.5 million cubic meters annually".
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29.10.2007 Source: press service of Azovstal

Azovstal will supply over 240 thousand tons of products to "Ukrzaliznytsya" in 2007
At present scaling modernization takes place at Ukrainian railway roads. About 1446 kilometers of racks are planned to be modernized in 2007 that is twice more than the scope of similar work in 2006. In 2008 the scope of repair and maintenance works is expected to be increased due to the growth of cargo-passenger transportation, aging of current tracks and so on. This year Azovstal Iron and Steel Works will ship to "Ukrzaliznytsya" over 240 thousand tons of products to the amount of 1 billion 47 million UAH, that is 29.7% more as compared to similar supplies in 2006. In 2006 Azovstal Iron and Steel Works shipped 185 thousand tons of rails and rail fasteners to Ukrainian rail roads and for 9 months this year it shipped 224 thousand tons of products.
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29.10.2007 Source: press service of Azovstal

Metinvest Holding become member of International Iron and Steel Institute
The board of directors of the International Iron and Steel Institute (IISI) at a meeting on October 6 approved Metinvest Holding Ltd., the managing company of Metinvest, as permanent member of the institute. Metinvest Holding is first Ukrainian company to become an IISI member. Permanent members of the organization have to be independent steel companies with annual production volume of over 1.8 million metric tones. "Gaining IISI membership is a very important event for our young company. At present, we produce around 10 million tonnes of steel per year, and we're the largest Ukrainian steel group. We have many plans on the further development of business. Continual dialogues with our steel-making colleagues and studying the best international experience in the mining and metallurgical sector, which IISI specialists have, will give us the chance to take into account tendencies on the global steel markets and make use of the most efficient technologies of the leaders in the world's metallurgy when drawing up and realizing the growth strategy of Metinvest," the press service said, citing Metinvest Holding Director General Ihor Syroy as saying.
25.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Zaporizhstal produce declared produce of 2007
The "ZaporizhStal" plant has won the third all-Ukrainian competition Metal-Progress in the nomination of the 2007 best produce, held within the framework of the exhibition "Metal-Forum Ukraine 2007". The company has won a prize for the cold-finished sheet. According to the First Deputy CEO of the "ZaporizhStal" Oleksandr Putnoka, rolled-metal annealing is being performed in dry hydrogen medium and provides crystal plastic and net cover. The new technology has been introduced within the framework of technical re-equipment of the plant. The "ZaporizhStal" allocated over three bn UAH for launch of energy-preserving technologies and construction of environmental protection objects in 2001 to 2006.
24.10.2007 Source: Ukrinform

Association of Rolled Metal Producers and Consumers starts working in Ukraine
The Ukrainian Association of Rolled Metal Producers and Consumers (UARMPC) started working in Ukraine, envoys of the Association told the Metal-Forum of Ukraine-2007 Exhibition. Establishers of the UARMPC were the MetalurgProm Production and Economic Enterprise (Dnipropetrovsk), ZaporizhStal JSC (Zaporizhzhya) and Donix Scientific-Production Association (Donetsk). The Headquarters of the enterprise is located in Dnipropetrovsk (East Ukraine). "The new association's goals are to back and protect rolled metal producers and consumers, meet requirements of enterprises that use rolled metal in their production," President Pleksandr Putnoki of the UARMPC said.
23.10.2007 Source: Ukrinform

Interpipe boosts net profit 40% in H1
Dnipropetrovsk-based Interpipe pipe and wheel corporation earned a net profit of USD 134.121 million in January to June 2007, while year-on-year it was USD 95.947 million. Net sales grew by 29%, to USD 838.354 million. "The profitable situation on the pipe and wheel market in H1 2007 and effective performance of the company in promoting its products on the markets of the Near East and Northern Africa, Middle Asia and Russia, helped overcome the tendencies of price hikes on metallurgical raw materials and increase the company's profitability by 40% year-on-year," the press service quotes Interpipe Director General Oleksandr Kirichko as saying. As reported, in January to June 2007 Interpipe increased shipments of pipe products by 13.3% year-on-year, to 638,000 tonnes, and the volume of shipments of railway wheels grew by 4.5% in six months, to 115,700 tonnes.
22.10.2007 Source: press release of Interpipe

Bogdan to begin Hyundai assembly in June-July 2008
Bogdan plans in June or July of next year to begin CKD assembly of Hyundai cars. , company President Oleh Svynarchuk said at a press conference last week. "We've signed a license agreement with Hyundai Motors to produce three models of the Hyundai," company President Oleh Svynarchuk said. Bogdan previously produced Hyundai cars using component assembly. Svynarchuk said the first model to be produced under full cycle assembly will be the Tucson SUV. It will later add two B and C class vehicles. Bogdan increased production of Hyundai cars by nearly 250% in the first nine months of the year to 11,451 vehicles. Svynarchuk said Bogdan plans to resume a project to set up full-scale production of trucks. It will begin construction of a truck plant this year.
22.10.2007 Source: Interrfax

Metallurgical enterprises to up volumes of cast iron export
Metallurgical enterprises of Ukraine will soon increase the volume of cast iron export, as well as import, chief of division of the Ukrainian National Research and Information Center for Monitoring of Commodity Markets (DerzhZovnishInform) Oleksandr Sheyko said at the Metal-Forum Ukraine 2007 in Kyiv. According to Sheyko, in 2007 Ukraine exports some 2.1 million tons of cast iron, in 2008 it will export 3 million tons, in 2009 4 million tons. In 2007 Ukraine is expected to import 135,000 tons, in 2008 160,000 tons and in 2009 at least 200,000 tons. In 2007, in the expert's opinion, Ukraine will produce some 35.4 million tons of cast iron, in 2008 24.8 million tons and in 2009 46.3 million tons.
20.10.2007 Source: Ukrinform

Alchevskkoks started import of coking coal from the USA
Alchevskkoks coke chemical plant has started importing coking coal from the USA. Anatolii Starovoit, the director general of the Ukrkoks association, announced this at the Metal Forum Ukraine conference in Kiev. In his words, importation of coal by Alchevskkoks is conditioned by overall shortage of coking coals in the Ukrainian market and reduction of their supplies from Russia. As to Starovoit, in 2008 Alchevskkoks intends to import about 1.5 million tons of coking coal. Coal for Alchevskkoks is supplied by large-capacity vessels to Romanian Constantsa port and then reloaded to low-tonnage ships with carrying capacity of 20-30 tons to be delivered to Reni and Mariupol ports. Starovoit stressed that this route of coal supplies will be profitable in case coal prices remain high in the Ukrainian market (USD 380-300 per ton).
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18.10.2007 Source: UFC Capital

ArcelorMittal eyes buys in Ukraine
ArcelorMittal stands by its USD 800 million bid for an iron ore plant in Ukraine and plans to invest USD 2 billion at its Kryvorizhstal steel complex by 2012. Arcelor Mittal Kryviy Rih is Ukraine's largest metal producer and partner of the Metal-Forum of Ukraine.
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18.10.2007 Source: Reuters

SCM increases share in Kryvy Rih Iron Ore Mill to almost 50%
CJSC System Capital Management (SCM), Ukraine's largest asset management company, through its daughter company - Cyprus-based SCM Limited - has increased its share in CJSC Kryvy Rih Iron-Ore Mill in Dnipropetrovsk region to almost 50%. SCM Limited owns 50% of the statutory fund in Cyprus-based Starmill Limited, which in turn, owns a 99.88% stake in OJSC Kryvy Rih Iron-Ore Mill. The press service said that SCM's interest in participating in Kryvy Rih Iron-Ore Mill is explained by the groups continued interest in mining and ore processing companies.
15.10.2007 Source: SCM press release

Ilyich Iron & Steel Works of Mariupol to invest about 1 billion into development in 2007
Mariupol Illich Metallurgical Plant is to allocate UAH 1 billion for capital construction, reconstruction, repairs and modernization, as well as purchasing new equipment and machinery in 2007, the enterprise's board chairman Volodymyr Boiko said during a press conference in Kiev. During the last five years the enterprise invested UAH 5 billion into company development. "All the money we earn is allocated for production development," he said. At the moment, the construction of a pulverized coal injection plant is being constructed, which will allow to cut natural gas and coke consumption. Boiko also reported that the plant is mulling the construction of the Pryazovya mining and dressing plant, but the receiving of the according permits and project coordination is proceeding very slowly. This project is estimated to be worth UAH 41 billion. Ilyich Iron and Steel Works of Mariupol is one of Ukraine's top three steel producers and traditional partner of the Metal-Forum of Ukraine.
12.10.2007 Source: Interfax

ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih launches coke import from France
The Arcelor Mittal Kryvyi Rih has launched coke import from France. This was disclosed by Director General of the Ukrainian Coke Production Association UkrKoks Anatoliy Starovoyt. According to him, the company purchased 10,200 tons of coke in France as Ukraine faces coke deficiency. Ukrainian companies imported the total of 162,000 tons of coke from Russia, Poland and France in September. The ArcelorMittal Kryvyi Rih is Ukraine's leading steel rolled metal producer and partner of the Metal-Forum of Ukraine. As many as 93.02% shares of the company belong to the Mittal Steel Germany GmbH.
11.10.2007 Source: Ukrinform

Centravis Ltd. To invest USD 115 million in 2007-2008 to develop production facilities
Centravis Ltd. international holding, which was created on the basis of CJSC Nikopol Stainless Pipe Plant and the service and trading companies of UVIS Ltd. manufacturing and commercial group, in 2007-2008 will invest USD 115 million in production equipment and new technologies, according to a holding press release. The holding said that investments will more than double production capacity, increase quality and expand the range of products.
10.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Interpipe mulls attracting USD 1 billion via IPO in London
Interpipe pipe and wheel corporation (Ukraine) plans to attract USD1 billion via an IPO in London scheduled for spring 2007, corporation owner Viktor Pinchuk reported in an interview with Bloomberg. According to him, Interpipe's capitalization is about USD 6 billion at the moment. This way, if the investors agree to such an evaluation, it will be necessary to sell no more than 17% of company's shares. Earlier, it was reported that not more than 25% of its shares would be offered at the IPO. Pinchuk reported that the IPO would be organized by Merrill Lynch, ABN Amro and Deutsche Bank. Speaking about the reasons for the IPO, Pinchuk said that "we need investments and we want to enter the Western market.
10.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Metinvest-Ukraine's creation on basis of Leman-Ukraine to be completed in October
The legal registration of the Metinvest-Ukraine company, which is being created in the light of restructuring of Leman-Ukraine, the largest steel trader in the country, will be completed in October 2007. Metinvest-Ukraine Director General Oleh Olshansky said that all of the required organization procedures are completed and the relevant documents signed. After the completion of the creation of Metinvest-Ukraine, Leman-Ukraine will be liquidated. He said that Metinvest-Ukraine plans to expand its presence on the steel markets in Ukraine and CIS, in particular, to increase supplies to Kazakhstan, Belarus and Moldova.
06.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Metinvest Holding to invest USD 11.4 million in doubling retail chain in Ukraine
Metinvest Holding Ltd. will invest USD 11.4 million in the expansion of existing steel centers and opening seven new sale centers in Ukraine, which would double the size of the company's retail chain, according to a Metinvest Holding press release. In particular, as a part of the first investment project, USD 9.4 million will be invested in the opening of service steel centers under the Metinvest brand in Kryvy Rih in Dnipropetrovsk region, Lviv, Zaporizhia, Luhansk, Kramatorsk, Mariupol (both in Donetsk region) and Mykolaiv, in addition to the existing Leman-Ukraine retail centers in Kyiv, Donetsk, Dnipropetrovsk, Kremenchuk in Poltava region, Kharkiv, Odesa, Kryvy Rih, Simferopol in Crimea and Sevastopol. The second project, worth USD 2 million, foresees the building of a new steel products processing workshop in the service center in Kiev by late September 2008.
06.10.2007 Source: Metinvest Holding press release

Midland Group to expand in Ukraine
Midland Group, a major operator in the international metals market, plans to open over a thousand outlets of its MD Stores (Store Close to Home) retail chain in Ukraine by 2013. The development of the chain began in June 2007. The chain already consists of eight stores in the Donetsk region and five stores in the Kharkiv region. Employee recruitment is currently underway in the cities of Poltava, Sumy, Luhansk and the Luhansk region The Midland Group is already experienced in the Ukrainian retail sector through its establishment of the Amstor chain. The chain consists of 16 stores with a total floor-space of 200,000 square meters. The company plans to increase the total floor-space of the Amstor chain to 500,000 square meters by the end of 2007.
06.10.2007 Source: Interfax

SMS transfers 60.97% stake in Khartsyzsk Pipe Plant to Ukrainian Steel Holdings Ltd.
System Capital Management (SCM), the largest asset management company in Ukraine, has transferred a 60.97% stake in OJSC Khartsyzsk Pipe Plant in Donetsk region, the oil and gas large-diameter pipe producer, to Cyprus-based USH Ukrainian Steel Holdings Ltd. USH Ukrainian Steel Holdings Ltd. is fully owned by SCM. The company continues corporate restructuring through transferring assets to its daughter company, USH Ukrainian Steel Holdings Ltd.
06.10.2007 Source: Interfax

ZALK being restructured under Rusal standards
OJSC Zaporizhia Aluminum Mill (ZAlK) after merging with Russia's RUSAL has started making changes in its structure according to RUSAL standards. The company said that the introduced standards were successfully used at other plants of the company. Three key departments would be functioning at ZAlK: aluminous, electrolysis and casting directions. The environment protection and quality, personnel, resources protection, financial and commercial departments will be created. The new organization structures of the mill's management and the Metallurg service center branch has been formed.
05.10.2007 Source: press release of OJSC ZAIK

ZALK stockholders meeting fails due to lack of quorum
A special meeting of stockholders of OJSC Zaporizhia Alumina Plant (ZalK), scheduled for October 1, 2007, did not take place due to the lack of a quorum. ZalK is controlled by RusAl, created in March 2007 via merging of RusAl, SUAL and alumina assets of Glencore (Switzerland).
05.10.2007 Source: Intefax

Ukrindustria wins tender to build coking plant for India's IISCO steel mill
The Kiev-based Ukrindustria consortium has won a tender to build a coking plant for India's IISCO steel mill, which could become one of the largest contracts implemented by a Ukrainian company abroad in the metallurgical sector. Ukrindustria board Chairman Dmytro Derkach said that the capacity of the coking plant is 880,000 tonnes per year. The chief designer is Kharkiv State Institute for Designing Coking Plants Hyprokoks. Derkach said that at present Ukrindustria is working on a contract agreement, which foresees total confidentiality. He said that this contract differs from previous contracts of the consortium. Three candidates took part in the qualification tender: Ukrindustria, India's Simplex consortium and Czech Hutni Project. Consortium of Chinese design organizations and engineering companies was not allowed to participate in the final stage of the tender. The company received official notification of its victory in the tender on September 14.
04.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Etalon corporation mulls production of top-class tour buses in Lviv
Etalon corporation, one of the major bus market participants in Ukraine, plans to create a new bus plant in Lviv. "There will be a plant in Lviv, and I think we will be producing top-class busses on based on European models - the point is, it should be a brand, recognizable in Europe," Etalon corporation president Volodymyr Butko reported during a press conference in Kyiv on Tuesday. Etalon corporation, which includes Boryspil and Chernihiv car plants, produce small class busses on a GAZel bus chassis, small and medium class buses on a TATA bus chassis, and seven and ten-meter busses on a FAW bus chassis.
04.10.2007 Source: Interfax

AvtoKraz in 2007-2008 to create assembly facilities abroad
The AvtoKrAZ holding company, the only heavy hauler producer in Ukraine, in 2007 and 2008 plans to create a number of assembly facilities in India, Cuba and Iran, AvtoKrAZ Sales Manager Ihor Fomenko said at a press conference during the TIR'2007 international truck and commercial car show. He also said that preliminary agreements on the creation of assembly facilities in Venezuela, Ecuador and Nicaragua had been reached. Moreover, AvtoKrAZ plans to create joint ventures in Poland, Algeria and Ghana.
04.10.2007 Source: Interfax

SCM receives USD 90 million tranche of USD 300 million loan
Donetsk-based CJSC System Capital Management on October 2, 2007, received the next USD 90 million tranche of a USD 300 million credit line from Cyprus-based System Capital Management Limited under a loan agreement signed in September 2005. Previous tranches, worth USD 20 million, USD 20 million and USD150 million, were received by SCM on March 14, March 19 and July 25, 2007, respectively. SCM's press service earlier reported that for the implementation of its investment plans, worth USD 5 billion, an intergroup agreement was signed back in 2005, on opening a credit line between SCM and SCM Limited, which would provide prompt financing of investment programs for the group's business development in Ukraine.
04.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Merger, takeover type
Metinvest and the Smart Group united to forge a monopoly on the iron ore market
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03.10.2007 Source: Kyiv Weekly

Khartsyzsk Pipe Mill ups output 5% in 9 months
The Metinvest Holding's Khartsyzsk Pipe Mill from Ukraine increased production of large-diameter pipes by 4.9% year-on-year in January-September 2007 to 419,800 tonnes, including 33,400 tonnes in August. Large-diameter pipe production at Khartsyzsk rose 9.2% in 2006 to 595,700 tonnes. The mill has orders for more than 700,000 tonnes in 2007. Khartsyzsk is the FSU's biggest producer of straight-seam pipeline tubes 478-1420 millimeters in diameter with anti-corrosive. It is a member of the Metinvest group, which runs the mining and metals sector assets of the Donetsk-based System Capital Management (SCM).
03.10.2007 Source: Interfax

ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih boosts roll output 4.6% in 9 months
Mittal Steel Kryviy Rih (formerly Kryvorizhstal) boosted finished roll production 4.6% year-on-year in January-September to 5.332 million tonnes. Steel production grew 10% to 6.112 million tonnes, pig iron rose 8.5% to 5.438 million tonnes and sinter rose 6.4% to 9.001 million tonnes. In September, the mill produced 570,000 tonnes of finished roll, 672,000 tonnes of steel, 587,000 tonnes of pig iron and 967,000 tonnes of sinter. ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih is Ukraine's biggest steel mill and traditional partner of the Metal-Forum of Ukraine. Mittal Steel Kryviy Rih controls up to 20% of Ukraine's steel market.
02.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Capital Group International, Inc. acquires over 3% shares in Ferrexpo
Capital Group International, Inc. (CGII), one of the largest investment management companies in the world, has gained control over 18.888 billion shares, or a 3.076% stake in the London-based Ferrexpo Plc, which owns OJSC Poltava Ore Mining and Dressing mill, and which is listed on the London Stock Exchange.
02.10.2007 Source: Interfax

Kryukovsky Railway Car Building Works receives permission for mass production of Ukraine-2 cars
Opened JSC Kriukivsky railway car plant (Kremenchuk, Poltava region) has received permission from the State Railway Administration of Ukraine to launch the mass production of Ukraine-2 cars. Ukrzaliznytsia Deputy Director General Anatoliy Slobodian signed the relevant documents on September 28. ""Kriukivsky railway car plant President Volodymyr Prikhodko said that we are achieving a new level in the passenger car building," the press service said.
02.10.2007 Source: press service of OJSC Kryukovsky Railway Car Building Works

Ukraine decides to sell Debaltseve Metallurgical Engineering Plant in 2007
The Ukrainian government has increased the list of stakes put on sale in 2007, including in it a 99.54% stake of OJSC Debaltseve Metallurgical Engineering Plant. According to a government resolution of September 26, the list has been enlarged by 30 stakes, including a 100% stake (apart from the beneficial sale of stocks) of one of the largest chemical enterprises - OJSC Sumykhimprom, a 25%+1 share stake in OJSC Dnipropetrovsk Aggregate Plant, and a 100% stake in the producer of hydro acoustic and navigation systems OJSC Krasny Luch Plant.
02.10.2007 Source: Interfax

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