Percent Stake

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Temasek Holdings' Investments - Time Line of Investments - 2005
... through its 100% owned subsidiary Vertical Theme, bought a 14.73% stake in MPlant (Malaysia Plantation) which in turn owns Malaysia's smallest bank Alliance Bank ... Temasek bought a 25% stake in one of Pakistan's smallest banks, NDLC-IFIC Bank ... Temasek bought a 2.6% stake in Russian TeleSystems for US$300 000 ... (S$491 million) thus expanding its investments to Eastern Europe ...
Lillehammer Olympiapark - History
... The municipal governments of Øyer and Ringebu each received a 24.5-percent stake in LOV ... Lillehammer Municipality gained a 24.5-percent stake in the new holding company, Lillehammer '94 AS ... Gjøvik and Hamar chose not to take an ownership stake in LOV as the did not want a Lillehammer-based company to manage the towns' main venues ...
Bally Technologies - History - Kirkland-Fort Worth Takeover
... Rainwater, for a $5 million investment in exchange for 11 percent of the company ... Wilms owned 62 percent of the company, but agreed to give up control to Kirkland, allowing them to name 4 of the 7 directors, in exchange for the investment ... Indiana, to build the River City Casino, was in discussions to acquire a stake in the under-development Diamond Jo Casino in Dubuque, Iowa, agreed to buy a 45 percent stake ...
Petron Corporation
... In 2008, Saudi Aramco sold its entire stake to London-listed investment group Ashmore Group, through SEA Refinery Holdings BV ... Then SEA added 11 percent more stake in Petron when Ashmore made a required tender offer to other shareholders, for a total 51 percent stake ... In December 2008, Ashmore acquired PNOC's 40 percent stake in Petron ...

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