FLETCHER STARTS SALE PROCESS FOR FORMICA, PRIVATE EQUITY FIRMS LIKELY BIDDERS, REPORT SAYS

The sales process for Fletcher Building's Formica unit is about to get underway, and is most likely to attract the interest of private equity buyers, the Australian newspaper reported.Flyer documents are being sent out to buyers...

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