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The Polish Commission of Securities and Exchanges has approved that Carlsberg can delist its Polish subsidiary Carlsberg Okocim S.A. from the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Carlsberg owns 93.73% of Carlsberg Okocim.

The decision comes into force 14 days after Carlsberg Okocim has received official confirmation from the Commission of Securities and Exchanges. The trading of Carlsberg Okocim shares will then cease and the company will be delisted from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

The Danish company decided to delist its Polish unit from the Warsaw bourse for procedural reasons.

The only major beer producer listed in Warsaw will now be Zywiec, majority-owned by Heineken.


Sectors: Beer & cider

Companies: Carlsberg, Heineken

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