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Text:"... with Australias Western Mining which would have 75 percent and URAngesellschaft of West with 10 WMC Chairman Sir ArviParbo said despite the present market condi the project could possibly be In a joint press..."
Date:May 16 1982
Publication:Twin Falls, Idaho, United States of America
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Text:"... with tax incentives and less burdensome regulations Latin America is the destination of choice for most but mining compa nies also see opportunities in the former Soviet Union and China they say ArviParbo..."
Date:Dec 18 1992
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Arvi Parbo
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Birth:Feb 10 1926 - Tallinn
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Text:"...,544,000 previously) in 1976-77. The company's managing di rector and chairman, MrArviParbo, dcscribcd the profit as "the best for some time". It had resulted mainly because of a lift in nickcl sales, plus some price..."
Publication:Sep 10 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:20
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Text:"... bourgeoisie. Or, if you prefer, the "middle-class (expletive deleted) —crs". New projects in mining 'unjustified' The Managing direc tor of Western Mining Corporation, MrArviParbo, said yesterday that new..."
Publication:June 22 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:26
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Text:"... ivhat period the two Jap incse contracts might ex tend. The managing director of WMC, MrArviParbo, said yesterday he was in Japan 'ast week. Routine visit "We saw a lot of our Japanese business friends..."
Publication:Apr 25 1972 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:13
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Text:".... The retrenchments would reduce WMC's work force from 4,200 to 3,600. WMC's chairman and managing director, MrArviParbo, said yesterday that the prduction cut would mean a reduction of around 35,000 tonnes..."
Publication:Aug 26 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:14
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Text:"... Corporation, MrArviParbo, said yesterday that Australia's uranium trade with Japan would increase significantly in the next 20 years. Addressing the 15th joint meeting of the Australian-Japan Business Co..."
Publication:Oct 21 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:13
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Text:"..., the chairman of Western Mining Corporation Ltd, MrArviParbo, told the company's annual meeting yesterday. MrParbo said the continuing appreciation of the Australian dollar against the US dollar had disadvan..."
Publication:Dec 2 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:11
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Text:"... the announce ment yesterday soon after meeting WMC's chairman, MrArviParbo, in Melbourne. The plant would serve the initial purpose of adapting uranium mil ling proccdurcrs for production of yellowcake..."
Publication:Sep 10 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:3
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Text:"... ArviParbo, head of Western Mining Corporation Ltd will chair the newly created National Ethnic Broadcasting Advisory Council. His appointment was announced yesterday by t he Minister for Immigration..."
Publication:Feb 2 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:33
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Text:".... Interim dividend was up from 2.5c to 3c a share and the chairman, MrArviParbo predicted yesterday a better profit performance in the second half. However the latest result was before a S2.5 million..."
Publication:Mar 3 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:24
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Text:".... Business, by contrast, has had no Accord. As Sir ArviParbo pointed out as chairman of Alcoa and Western Mining and president of the influential Business Council of Aus tralia: Many enterprises compete..."
Publication:Nov 3 1984 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:18
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Text:"... interest rates pegged. The "politics of personal abuse" in cluded statements about Elders-IXL chief John Elliott, BHP chief Sir ArviParbo, the pilots* federation and "even poor old pensioner Bell". Mr..."
Publication:Nov 23 1989 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:2
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Text:"... rapid escalation of fuel-oil priccs. The company's major expansion programs were proceeding on schedule. SYDNEY: Alcoa's chairman, Sir ArviParbo, has become the first director outside the United States..."
Publication:Apr 19 1980 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:20
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Text:"....8 per ccnt slump in net profit to £.*/' $13.79 million for the six months to -!.« January I. The chairman of WMC, Sir ArviParbo. said last night that depressed gold prices and a 50 per ccnt slump..."
Publication:Feb 5 1985 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:12
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Text:"... such as ocean currents and tidal movements in to account. However, the chairman of BHP, Sir ArviParbo, accused the Federal Government yesterday of forsaking leadership for opinion polls in its handling..."
Publication:July 20 1990 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:4
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Text:"... the council's president, Sir ArviParbo, said later in a statement, "At the meeting the council members expressed support for an overall review of the tax system over the next 12 months with the objective..."
Publication:Mar 30 1984 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:7
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Text:"... presently has unused production capacity for all minerals and the existence of considerable excess stocks which have accumulated since 1975. As Sir ArviParbo, Chair man of Western Mining Corporation, pointed..."
Publication:July 24 1978 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:29
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Text:"... in the previous corresponding half. WMC's chairman, Sir ArviParbo, told shareholders at the company's annual meeting yesterday that the improved re sult would come about provided there was "no drastic change..."
Publication:Dec 1 1989 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Page:13