Western Canadian Coal mulling sale, alliances as part of review
Dec 17, 2007 | 08:07 AM
| Maria Guzzo
Western Canadian Coal Corp., Vancouver, British Columbia, said it is beginning a strategic review to consider opportunities that include a possible sale of the company.
The company recently completed a C$40-million ($39.7-million) private placement and is moving forward with development of its Falls Mountain and Brule projects, whose coal can be used for steelmaking. As....
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