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By News Express on 12/01/2018

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Nigeria’s bourse has suspended the shares of Seven-Up Bottling Co. following a takeover bid from majority shareholder Affelka to minority holders, the stock exchange said on Friday.

Seven-Up shareholders have passed a resolution to back the takeover bid by Affelka which will see the company delisted from the bourse, the exchange said in a notice. (Reuters)

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Posted 12/01/2018 8:15:05 PM

 

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