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Merger dispute between Caxton and Mpact takes a new turn; Caxton, a 34% shareholder of Mpact, alleges that Mpact customers are threating to leave, while Mpact urges shareholders not to place ‘any reliance’ on the announcement

South Africa's Competition Tribunal sets aside Caxton and Mpact merger ruling, says Caxton’s separate application for approval of a merger, made in July 2021, was done as a hostile merger; Tribunal offers two ways an approval process might get underway

Mpact board reportedly rejects Caxton’s call for a shareholders meeting as ‘unlawful’; move follows Caxton recently raising questions about cartel allegations, plus Caxton applying for a merger notification in 2021 before making any offer to Mpact

Caxton & CTP Publishers & Printers--the largest minority shareholder of South Africa-based Mpact--votes against Mpact non-executive directors pay, says Mpact board has not complied with fiduciary duties, failed to disclose details of a pending cartel case

Caxton subsidiary CTP to acquire the Amcor Cape Town bag-in-box and pouching operations and the Amcor Port Elizabeth operations in South Africa; Amcor to sell operations for cash consideration of 90M rand

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