GREECE: AB Vassilopoulos increases capital
Greek retailer AB Vassilopoulos has boosted its capital by capitalising reserves worth Dra8.8m (US$22,700) and by raising its share price to convert its capital into euros. The value of its nominal shares was raised from Dra500 to Dra500.9. The group's own capital now totals Dra4.9bn, reports the Greek News Digest. The newly priced shares started trading on the Athens Stock Exchange on 30 July.
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