Fisher & Pakel Appliances - don't accept Haier

Fisher & Pakel Appliances - don't accept Haier

Shanghai : China | Oct 03, 2012 at 2:04 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Herald
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Grant Samuel values FPA at between $1.28 and $1.57 a share in its independent valuation report , above Haier's $1.20-a-share offer. Prior to Haier unveiling its offer last month the stock hadn't traded as high as $1.20 since September 2008. The independent directors "unanimously recommended that... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald
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