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Aramco IPO: It's a thanks, but no thanks from Malaysia's Petronas

Reuters Saturday, 23 November 2019
With Saudi Aramco yet to name any major foreign investors in its upcoming share sale, Malaysia's state energy company Petronas [PETR.UL] decided to take a pass on Friday.
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