The TWSE may give public notice of a halt of securities dealings of a TWSE listed company according to the following provisions:
Each halt of dealings shall last from at least one to not more than three business days and may continue to be enforced where necessary.
- The TWSE finds upon deliberation that the application for a halt of dealings made by the TWSE listed company according to Article 13-1, paragraph 1, justified.
- Mass media reportage or other information indicates a circumstance with a material effect on the shareholder equity or securities prices of the TWSE listed company has occurred, said company is unable to provide a full explanation of the material circumstance, and the TWSE deems a halt of dealings necessary to comply with the needs of the exchange market or protect shareholder equity.
- The TWSE listed company is unable to provide a full explanation of the information relevant to the cause for the halt, and the TWSE deems it necessary to continue with the halt.
A TWSE listed company is subject to a halt of dealings by the TWSE shall immediately report to the TWSE in the event of a material change to the cause for the halt.