June 28 (Bloomberg) -- Poland, seeking as much as 5.77 billion zloty ($2.1 billion) from the initial public offering of Jastrzebska Spolka Weglowa SA, may price the shares at 135 zloty to 136 zloty each, three people with knowledge of the transaction said today.
A final price will be decided later tonight, said the people, who declined to be named because the information is private. At 136 zloty a share, the IPO will raise about $2 billion.
Maciej Wewior, a spokesman for the Treasury Ministry, declined to comment on the pricing when contacted by phone.
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