Buyback setback for Flight Centre

Hadley, Melissa
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/2/2007, Issue 39, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the issues regarding the reprivatization plan of Flight Centre. It has been mentioned that Australian Stock Exchange Ltd. Was approached by the company to put it in a trading halt as soon as it received proxy voting advice. This advice indicated that the Non-Founders Scheme Resolution will be passed with the essential 75 per cent majority.


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