Aspocomp postpones AGM as coronavirus restrictions prevent more than 10 people from assembling

Friday 27 March 2020 | 12:49 CET | News
Finnish printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturer Aspocomp said that it is postponing its AGM, which had been due to take place on 02 April. This is because the government declared on 16 March that public gatherings must be limited to ten people. Aspocomp said the AGM will be held at a later date.

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Categories: IT / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Aspocomp
Countries: Finland / World
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