Somebody posted a newsarticle here a month, perhaps two ago that contained a quote from a Namibian local broker or businessman that quoted him saying something like this: A bid from the local Chinese ... is a good way for shareholders to ... get out/escape/... something like that, but he didn't seem to think to much of it from shareholder perspective. No company names were mentioned.
Was that a 2012 contemporary article or older?
If 2012 contemporary ....
After that being posted here the Galp deal came but I doubt they went 'on the cheap' (and wouldn't know if I saw the numbers) as probably no/not much work done on the asset. So if we have a 'hostile' party 'churning' in... Chineze?
And how could he know that? Proved 'concept'/'local manners'/'that's the way it is going to be'? (I remember wondering about the 'boldness' of his statement but saw no clues for how or why he stated that so self-assured and out of the blue as imo it was an answer bigger than the question and remember thinking: 'show of'.)
Not important, just plaguering me. Would like to see that again, date/title would be nice. Thx.