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Brockman not happy with takeover offer from Hong Kong’s Wah Nam

Publishing Date
14 Jan 2011 11:02am GMT
Issue/Supplement
14/01/11
Author
Mining Journal
Iron-ore developer Brockman Resources Ltd has claimed that Hong Kong investors Wah Nam International Holdings Ltd broke regulations when it increased its stake in the company
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