squeeze-out


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squeeze-out

The adhesive which is extruded from a glue line as a result of the application of pressure on the glued surfaces.
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The delistings and squeeze-outs likely to follow will probably lead to lawsuits, because there are different methods for the assessment of a company's price and remaining investors want to obtain the highest price possible, shareholder protector Wilhelm Rasinger told the newspaper.
Table 2 repeats the means for premiums offered by category of operation, based on the data analyzed in the preceding sections: tender offers in cash under the normal and simplified proceedings, tender offers in shares in the normal proceedings, tender offers in cash under the simplified proceedings, tender offers under the normal proceedings, squeeze-outs and all tender offers (except those in shares under the simplified proceedings).
We also take account of the upcoming increase in equity and spending on share buy-backs and squeeze-outs. As a result, our target price falls by 33% to R0.0335 ($0.0010), offering 30% upside.