Majority shareholders in luxury sportscar maker Spyker want to remove the company from the Amsterdam stock exchanges, sources told newspaper De Pers on Wednesday.
The has been hit by a string of bad publicity about unpaid debts and doubts about actual sales figures. Under stock exchange rules, companies are required by law to keep shareholders fully informed of developments. ‘Spyker only has trouble from its listing,’ one source told the paper.
However, former CEO Victor Muller told the Financieele Dagblad that the claim was ‘the latest bit of nonsense’ to be written about the company.
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