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Under the terms of the Acquisition Agreement, Chairman Leung (and parties acting in concert with him) will not hold more than 29% of the total number of shares in issue (or any other equity interest percentage which triggers a mandatory general offer obligation underRule 26 of the Takeovers Code).
8 September 2004 White Knight Investments Plc ("White Knight" or the "Company") Result of EGM At the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held today all resolutions were passed, including a resolution to waive the obligation of the Concert Party (as defined in the AIM admission document dated 13 August 2004) to make a mandatory general offer which would otherwise be required under Rule 9 of the City code on Takeovers and Mergers.
The newspaper said Khazanah, which already owns 32% of Proton, rejected the offer because if it took up the equity held by Mitsubishi it would have to make a mandatory general offer that could be a ''very costly affair.