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Vietnam Infrastructure shares cancelled ahead of winding-up vote

Fri 06 October 2017 16:26 | A A A

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(ShareCast News) - Investment vehicle Vietnam Infrastructure announced on Friday that trading in the company's shares on AIM was suspended with effect from 0730 BST, pending the result of the extraordinary general meeting to be held at 1430 BST on 9 October, in accordance with its timetable previously announced on 25 August.

The AIM-traded firm said that if the resolutions to cancel the company's shares from trading on AIM, and for the voluntary winding up of the company were approved by shareholders, its admission to trading of the company's shares on AIM was expected to be cancelled at the company's request.

"[This would take] effect from 0700 BST on 10 October 2017," the company's board confirmed.

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