Sino Agro Food Inc. Applies to Delist from the Merkur Market
GUANGZHOU, China-- Sino Agro Food, Inc. (OTCQX: SIAF | OSE: SIAF-ME), is an agricultural technology company focused on high protein food including seafood and cattle.
Sino Agro Food inc. has applied to the Oslo Stock Exchange for a delisting from the Merkur Market. The regulatory burden and general expense of maintaining a listing in two markets is not practical, particularly given the current market capitalization of the Company. Should the Oslo Stock Exchange approve the application for delisting, the Company will provide further information about how the Company’s shareholders can transfer their current holdings to DTC for trading on the OTCQX-Premier.
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About Sino Agro Food, Inc.
SIAF is a specialized investment company focused on protein food. The Company produces, distributes, markets, and sells sustainable seafood and beef to the rapidly growing middle class in China. Activities also include production of organic fertilizer and produce. SIAF is a global leader in developing land based recirculating aquaculture systems (“RAS”), and with its partners is the world's largest producer of sustainable RAS prawns.
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Guangzhou, the Company had over 420 employees and revenue of USD 198 million in 2017. Operations are located in Guangdong, Qinghai, and Hunan provinces, and in Shanghai. Sino Agro Food is a public company listed on OTCQX U.S. Premier in the United States and on the Oslo Børs’ Merkur Market in Norway.
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