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Tegel to de-list

Tegel Group Holdings will officially leave the NZX and ASX later this month once Bounty Fresh Foods finishes mopping up minority shareholders. 

Trading of the shares will be suspended at the close of trading today to let the Philippines poultry company acquire the remaining shares. The stock will then be de-listed on Oct. 23. 

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