Liberty, which has previously announced its plans to de-list the business after it completes its takeover of the firm, said in a statement that it will own 100% of Ziggo following “statutory squeeze-out proceedings.”
Liberty said it will initiate these proceedings as soon as possible and that Ziggo shares will be terminated on December 22, 2014.
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