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Danaher controls more than 98% of Nobel Biocare and started squeeze out procedure
Nobel Biocare applied for delisting
Also, Nobel Biocare today filed petitions with SIX Swiss Exchange for the de-listing (Dekotierung) of the registered shares of Nobel Biocare from SIX Swiss Exchange and for exemptions from certain obligations under the Listing Rules of SIX Swiss Exchange, including in particular from certain publicity obligations.
Danaher's intentions with respect to these petitions had been disclosed and announced in its public tender offer documents.
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