The Board has concluded, as set out in the Chairman's Statement, that it currently believes that it has sufficient resources to see through its strategy to recover the assets improperly expropriated from it.
Assuming the general can't stop the sale of these shares, I wonder why they just haven't been sold already?, better to have cash now than rely on the share price going up before selling?, or are those shares bought/sold at a fixed price?
Not sure on this one as never come across it before
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