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SCHIBSTED : ASA (SCH) - Share purchase in Aspiro AB terminated

03/14/2012 | 03:10am US/Eastern

Reference to the release from Schibsted ASA dated 6 March 2012 regarding the result of the extended acceptance period for Schibsted's offer to acquire all shares in Aspiro AB. It was announced that Schibsted would acquire additional shares in the market for a limited period.

Schibsted has now terminated the purchase of shares in the market. After this, Schibsted holds 74.3 per cent of the shares in Aspiro AB.

Oslo, 14 March 2012

Jo Christian Steigedal
VP Investor Relations


This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Source: Schibsted via Thomson Reuters ONE

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