Point is cancellation from AIM does not mean your shares are worthless...which would normally be the case...here you can keep them and still trade them. The sell-off was because of this misunderstanding...otherwise why was their a big sell-off, certainly not to do with fundamentals.
too risky...i mean way too risky. why would anybody want to put money into a craphole that is going to delist. well done riddler. you may compare other who cancelled their delisting but not every company is the same and it doesnt happen all the time.
the company obvsiously thinks it has do delist and came to the conclusion after carrying out and exploring all options.
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