Meyer Burger Technology Ltd announced recently that in conjunction with the ordinary capital increase an additional investor, namely Brustorm SA (a Swiss industrial and investment holding company), Zug, has committed, subject to certain conditions, to purchase up to 16 million unsubscribed shares, for which subscription rights have not been exercised and which could not be sold otherwise, for an amount of CHF 5.76 million. The company has now commitments from three investors for an aggregate amount of about CHF 38.2 million.
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