Roman Deniskin, the recently appointed CEO of the embattled miner Petropavlovsk, has appealed for workers and shareholders to give him a chance ahead of a crucial vote on the future of the company.
Mr. Deniskin, who entered the gold miner 16 APR rebutted questions about his record, says the “daily Telegraph”: “I spent two decades in the mining industry. I have the experience and knowledge to manage the company”. Petropavlovsk, which runs three mines in the far East of Russia, is facing a showdown at the annual General meeting on 29 June, when a pair of rebellious shareholders holding 9.1 PC companies hope to oust the Board.
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