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Blasting off Dyno Nobel

ALMOST 14 years after it bought it, Incitec Pivot has announced plans to set explosives company Dyno Nobel up as a standalone entity again.

Dyno Nobel could be soon out on its own again.

Dyno Nobel could be soon out on its own again.

The proposed separation, which was initially flagged in 2019, will lead to the establishment of two Australian Securities Exchange-listed entities: Dyno Nobel and Incitec Pivot Fertilisers. Under the...

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