Polestar says decline has been halted as equity swap kicks in

Nias, Simon
July 2010
PrintWeek (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd);7/9/2010, p3
Trade Publication
The article highlights the financial performance of the printing company, Polestar Group, in 2009 including its operating loss and net debt for the financial year and the decrease in pre-tax loss resulting from a debt-for-equity swap in November 2008.


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