Seascope Announces Results

Wednesday, December 20, 2000
British shipbroking group Seascope Shipping Plc expects year pre-tax profits of 1.8 million pounds, against two million last year, after contract delays impacted results. Seascope said its work on exchanging contracts to complete its merger with Braemer Shipbrokers was progressing. Due to the size of the deal it would be classified as a reverse takeover. The company requested its shares be suspended in relation to this.
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