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Aurubis To Pay Dividend Of €1.35/share - Quick Facts

German copper producer Aurubis Ag (AIAGF.PK,AIAGY.PK), on Thursday announced its Supervisory Board's recommendation to pay a dividend of €1.35 per share, which compares to a dividend of €1.20 per share it paid last year.

The company in a statement said that all shareholders and attendees had accepted the offer at the Annual General Meeting. The dividend represents an increase of 12.5 percent from the prior year.

Peter Willbrandt, Executive Board Chairman of Aurubis AG, stated, "Aurubis had a very successful fiscal year and that despite the fact that the overall economic circumstances were anything but ideal. The Group is well positioned for continued internal and external growth."

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