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For many companies, paying $5,000-$8,000 per ton shipped to Europe -- according to estimates by sources in the field -- means having to increase the market price of their products and losing competitiveness.
GE-l's remarks triggered speculation that the government -- which has long been mulling over the sale of the lender to another firm -- is now trying to increase the market price of Bank Asya.
The package also proposed reform of the Elfs troubled emissions trading system (ETS) to increase the market price of carbon dioxide (C[O.
The company added that the primary reasons for the reverse stock split are to increase the market price of its common stock, to provide with additional capital resources and flexibility sufficient to execute its business plans, ensure its ability to raise additional capital as necessary, and, to expand its business or product lines through acquisition.
The reverse stock split is expected to increase the market price of GTC's common stock to meet the $1 per share minimum share price requirements for continued listing on the NASDAQ Capital Market.
Then rising income and expectations of the bottom fifth of the world would gradually increase the market price of carbon credits, which would create incentive for new energy policy and technologies in rich countries.
As previously discussed in the proxy materials for the Annual Meeting, the Company's primary purpose for effecting the Reverse Split is to increase the market price of the Company's common stock in order to meet the $5.
Although there is no guarantee that the increased distribution will increase the market price of the Fund's common stock or reduce the discount, analysis suggests that there is a correlation between the distribution rate paid and the discount to net asset value at which a fund's stock price trades.