Asseco Poland


Summary of our meeting with the IR

06/02/20 -"A few days ago, we met Asseco Poland’s (ACP) IR Joanna Paczkowska-Tatomir in Warsaw. We discussed Q4 19, the prospects for 2020 as well as the potential impact of the investment/operational ..."

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06/02/20
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