Belgian new issue market set to pick up after lean years

  • 07 May 1999
FOLLOWING the successful Eu144m sale of stock in Telinfo, international and local investors are gearing up to buy a variety of Belgium stocks. Primary activity in the Brussels market has been subdued in recent years but is picking up as more privately owned companies see the benefit of floating at ...

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