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The Polish press today reported that some 75% of one of the country's leading vodka producers, Poloms Bialystock will be floated on the Polish stock exchange, as part of the country's alcohol privatization process. The move, which is expected to be completed by 2003, is a change from earlier plans which would have seen only 30% of the company floated on the stock market with a majority share reserved for a private investor.


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