Saudi Sipchem, Sahara Said to Weigh Reviving Merger PlanBy and
Preliminary talks between board members have already occurred
Previous merger talks were put on hold two years ago
Saudi International Petrochemical Co. and Sahara Petrochemicals Co. have held early-stage talks on reviving a merger which stalled in 2014 and would create a Saudi Arabian chemicals company with a market value of about $2.7 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said.
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