(Reuters) – Australian pharmacy workshop Sigma Healthcare Ltd ( tSIG.AXthat the Wednesday Wednesday board refused to make a claim of $ 727 million ($ 514.5 million) from Australian Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (API) (API.AX) states that he was not in the interest of shareholders.
Having recently completed a detailed assessment of the proposal, the Sigma board stated that there was scope for outstanding value for shareholders through the cost cutting measures outlined earlier.
“The current API proposal does not represent the long-term expectations and intrinsic value of Sigma with the basis of the industry's cost of re-location and our own growth agenda. , ”Said Sigma chairman Brian Jamieson.
API has nearly 13 per cent of Sigma ownership. On Wednesday, he said he would review his case.
“It is clear that an API offer of non-compliance cannot lead to continuing API and Sigma integration,” said API.
An API had offered to buy the drug dealer in December 2018, with the objective being strengthened against competitive and regulatory pressure.
Sigma had engaged in a limited amount of appropriate effort with an API since January.
Sigma departments fell by around 11 per cent and an API falls by 2.8%, in a weaker market.
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