DTI issues share ruling

May 2003
Accountancy;May2003, Vol. 131 Issue 1317, p13
Trade Publication
Great Britain Department of Trade and Industry has issued the final draft of regulations to allow listed companies to hold and resell up to 10% of their own shares. It intends to implement the regulations along with the financial bill in the summer of 2003.


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