The price of impatience

Hasenfuss, Marc
February 2004
Finance Week;2/2/2004, p18
Presents an investment analysis of the stock of Exxoteq, South African oil exploration company. Factors blamed for the decline of the company's share price; Opportunities and risks facing the firm; Presence of influential empowerment groups on board; Inability to clinch a major acquisition.


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