The shareholders of floorboard manufacturer Barlinek have decided to take the company off the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The resolution was adopted at the company’s EGM on January 3.
In a recent tender offer, Barlinek’s majority shareholder Michał Sołowow increased his stake from 71.62 percent to 94.25 percent. He bought shares at zł.1.30 apiece. The share price in WSE trading has been at about zł.1.27 for months.
Barlinek has been listed on the WSE since September 2005.
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