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Man Ind.'s GDRs De-Listed From Nasdaq Dubai Stock Exchange

Man Industries (India) Ltd. said the Global Deposit Receipts or GDRs were de-listed from Nasdaq Dubai Stock Exchange, consequent upon conversion of all the outstanding GDRs listed at Nasdaq Dubai Stock Exchange and communication from Dubai Financial Services Authority regarding cessation of listing.

At the BSE, Man Industries shares are currently trading at Rs.133.95, up 1.13 percent from the previous close.

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