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The State of Norway has concluded acquisition of shares in Cermaq ASA on the Oslo Stock Exchange

The Ministry of Trade and Industry announced on the morning of 25 June that the State of Norway intended to acquire up to 5 million shares in Cermaq ASA on the same day on the stock exchange at the same share price as cleared in the reverse Dutch auction which was concluded on 24 June, NOK 108.00 per share. 

The State of Norway has acquired 5 million shares at NOK 108.00 per share and hence concluded the share acquisition programme. This acquisition adds to the shares acquired through the auction. As a result of the transactions, the State of Norway has a total holding of 54.73 million shares, representing 59.17 per cent of the shares in Cermaq.

 

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