Investor shows up for Qimonda Portugal

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 07 2009 @ 17:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Trading Markets reports Joao Paulo Tomas, a Portuguese entrepreneur, has made an undisclosed bid on the Portuguse unit of insolvent memory maker Qimonda.
Tomas plans to establish a Portuguese-German consortium for the transaction and to keep the staff in case the deal goes through.

He has presented his offer to officials of the economy ministry and will now move it to Portugal's investment and foreign trade agency AICEP for analysis.


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