'Nasty pill' for Outsourcery shareholders as AIM trading suspended

Hannah Breeze
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'Nasty pill' for Outsourcery shareholders as AIM trading suspended

Outsourcery claims to have received a number of offers for its assets

Current proposals to sell Outsourcery assets could "leave no or limited value" to equity shareholders, the firm has announced, as it suspends the trading of its shares on the Alternative Investment Market...

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