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Michelin

(French miʃəlɛ̃)
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(Biography) André (ɑ̃dre). 1853–1931, French industrialist; founder, with his brother Édouard Michelin (1859–1940), of the Michelin Tyre Company (1888): the first to use demountable pneumatic tyres on motor vehicles
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Bielinski and Jacek Jagielski, Stomil, Poland; and "Improved demolding behavior of EVM compounds using a two-step peroxide crosslinking concept," Gerd Bergmann, Stefan Kelbch, Carsten Fischer and Hans Magg, Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Germany.
Having started at Stomil Olsztyn he made a high-profile move to Legia and was touted as a major talent.
TABLE 1 PCFG 2004 Rating of Corporate Governance for the Companies Listed on WSE A- Amica, Agora, BZWBK, Orbis B+ BPH-PBK, BRE, Computerland, Eldorado, FORTE, KGHM, LPP, Netia, Pekao, Polfa Kutno, Prokom, TPSA, Stomil Sanok B Debica, Elektrim, Groclin, Impexmetal, INGBSK, Jelfa, Kety, Kruszwica, Mennica, PGF, PKNOrlen, Polifarb CW, Rafako, Softbank B- Bank Handlowy, BIG BG (Millenium), Budimex, Comarch, Farmacol, EFL, Grajewo, Kogeneracja, Kredyt Bank, Krosno, Lentex, Mostostal SDL, Okocim, Orfe, Rolimpex, Sokolow, Sterprojekt C+ Cersanit, Echo, Hoop, Swiecie, Zywiec Source: Dzierzanowski et al.
Among the issues they pondered was housing--not Poland's but their own--and the Stomil Rubber Company, a state-run concern, caught their eye.