Bumi meeting backs new name ¦ Coal mining giant Bumi confirmed their split from the Bakrie family that helped set the firm up, setting the course for the firm to be renamed Asia Resource Minerals. A shareholder meeting yesterday concluded the separation, as the Bakries agreed to sell their share of Bumi to Samin Tan , one of Indonesia's richest men. Nat Rothschild , who owns a major share, had initially been opposed to the deal, but reached agreement with the firm's management.
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