TK denies $1B capital increase plan but keeps options open
Jul 08, 2013 | 11:47 AM
| Elfi Middelbeek
LONDON Steel producer and technology group ThyssenKrupp AG has denied reports that it is planning a capital increase of 790 million ($1.02 billion) in September.
"We currently have no concrete plans for a capital increase," a company spokesman told AMM sister publication Steel First July 8, although "the use of such a measure cannot be ruled out completely." ....
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