Silkroad Nickel’s privatisation offer turns unconditional 

AN offer from Silkroad Nickel’s executive director to privatise the Indonesia-based nickel ore miner has turned unconditional, with the total number of shares owned, controlled, or agreed to be acquired by offeror Horowitz Capital and its concert parties amounting to 90.2 per cent of total shares.


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