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Warsaw Business Journal: Warsaw Stock Exchange gains popularity in Ukraine

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Oct. 19, 2010, 12:19 p.m. |

Three Ukrainian companies are expected to debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange this year.

Several Ukrainian companies, among them Agroton, Milkiland and Mriya Agro are getting ready to debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. This has become a real trend, brokers say. Representatives of Polish and Ukrainian investment funds say that an increasing number of companies, especially from Ukraine, are interested in entering the Polish bourse. Read the story here.
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