Croatian TP Ogulin increases capital by 3% via new share issue.

By bne IntelliNews October 26, 2012
Croatian food and beverages trader TP Ogulin has raised its capital by 3% to HRK 13.84mn (EUR 1.8mn) via a new share issue, the countrys Central Depository & Clearing Company (SKDD) informed. The company took a decision to increase its capital on March 23, 2012. The capital was hiked via the issuance of 1,153 ordinary shares with a nominal value of HRK 360 each. Following the increase, the companys capital is divided into 38,433 ordinary shares of the same nominal value.

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