I read the official announcement, but what does it mean in normal people terms ? Does it make sense to "remove to Hong Kong" or would this just be a lost of time and maybe extra costs ? Thanks for you help.
It is registered on the Hong Kong Stock exchange. 2B shares currently suspended last price was HKD 0.01 that works out at 1p while exchange rate is 10 Bucks HK to the Pound Today. Not sure if it would just dilute the 1.25B from AIM ? not to clear from the RNS but it seems maybe you can end up with HK Shares a fiasco whatever with smoke and mirrors aplenty. 5.55p On AIM before suspension last September. Downward UK death spiral started back in early 2011 @ 80p Level. A Shocker. https://www.hkex.com.hk/eng/invest/company/profile_page_e.asp?WidCoID=73&WidCoAbbName=&Month=&langcode=e
Triumph you have not lost all these yet. They are in a temporary suspension due to accounting issues. For more details read the runs dated 29 th Sep . When the accounts are issued they should be tradeable again. Good luck
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