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Qatar Airways acquires 10 per cent of LATAM's total shares

Posted 29 December 2016 · Add Comment

LATAM Airlines Group and Qatar Airways have announced that Qatar Airways, through its wholly owned subsidiary Qatar Airways Investments, completed its acquisition of 10 per cent of LATAM reaching a total of 60,837,452 shares.

The pre-emptive rights offering of 61,316,424 new shares, at a price per share of US$10, ended on December 23, 2016, in which Qatar subscribed shares of LATAM through Qatar Airways Investments, in its capacity as assignee of the preemptive right assigned by the shareholders of the Cueto, Amaro, Eblen and Bethia Groups to Qatar, as agreed between LATAM and Qatar, and other minority shareholders subscribed 12,140 shares of LATAM.

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