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Samsung to boost dividend, consider new corporate structure

Tuesday 29 November 2016 | 09:50 CET | News
Samsung Electronics has confirmed plans to increase shareholder returns and bring in more independent directors, following pressure from investors. The Korean company said it also hired advisers to consider developing a new holding company structure and consider listing its shares on foreign stock exchanges. However, a review of the options will take at least six months, Samsung said.

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Companies: Samsung
Countries: World
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