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Operating Rules of the Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation  CH

Amended Date: 2019.07.11 (Articles 75-1, 80-1 amended,English version coming soon)
Current English version amended on 2019.03.28 
Article 52     Unless otherwise provided, 40 days prior to the delisting of securities by the TWSE, the TWSE shall publicly announce the delisting and inform the Taipei Exchange and the listed company that the securities may be applied for as managed stocks. However, the TWSE may shorten the time period for public announcement for delisting of the securities of a TWSE secondary listed company in special circumstances.
    The TWSE shall announce the delisting of securities in accordance with Article 50-2, Article 50-6, Article 50-7, Article 50-8 or Chapter IV-1, 5 days prior to such event.
    After a listed company, SITE, or FTE is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its securities, it shall make a public announcement of the matter within 2 days from the date on which it receives such notification, provided that it may be exempted from the aforesaid requirement concerning public announcement date, where for reason of maturity of the bond issue period or other exceptional circumstance, and subject to approval of the Competent Authority.
    The preceding paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis when a trustee institution is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its beneficial securities; when a special purpose company is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its asset-backed securities; when a real estate securitization trustee institution is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its REIT or REAT beneficial securities; when an issuer of ETNs is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its ETNs; when the master agent of an offshore fund institution is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its offshore ETF beneficial certificates; when a foreign issuer and its depository institution are notified by the TWSE of the delisting of their Taiwan Depositary Receipts; when a secondary listed company is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its shares; and when an issuer is notified by the TWSE of the delisting of its call (put) warrants.