Friday 20th June 2008
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Smaller shareholders may have had their stakes reduced below the minimum tradable on the NZX or ASX after accepting GPG's offer this week, Tower said in a statement. Tower plans to offer a scheme allowing small parcels of shares to be sold in a cost-effective way, it said.
More than 80% of Tower's shareholders opted to retain their holdings, it said.
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