Aneka Tambang briefs investors in Australia

The Indonesia mining company also talks to the ASX about improving the liquidity of its local stock.

On a non-deal roadshow to Australia this week, president director of Indonesian mining company PT Aneka Tambang, Dedi Aditya Sumanagara, met with investors and spoke to the Australian Stock Exchange ASX about improving the liquidity of its local stock.

The company is about to report on its financial performance for 2003 and has already flagged a 19% increase in sales revenues to Rp2.04 trillion. Profits are also expected to increase given the rising price of nickel and gold on the global commodity markets which has helped to boost margins.

Investors have been asking us about the impact of rising metal prices and have also been quizzing us on new developments, Sumanagara...

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