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Regulations Governing Public Tender Offers for Securities of Public Companies  CH

Amended Date: 2023.12.04 
Article 20     When an Offeror buys back its own shares in accordance with Article 28-2 of the Act, shares held by its affiliated enterprises as defined under Article 369-1 of the Company Act, or directors, supervisors, or managers themselves or spouses or minor children thereof, or held under the name of another person, shall not be sold in response to the offer during the period of share buyback by the Offeror.
    When a government operated enterprise in which the government holds more than 50 percent of the total issued shares is approved by the Executive Yuan, at the request of the competent authority of the enterprise, to buy back its own shares in accordance with Subparagraph 3 of Paragraph 1 of Article 28-2 of the Act, the restriction set forth in the preceding paragraph may be exempted.
    The price in a public tender offer referred to in the preceding paragraph shall not be higher than the closing securities price on the date of public announcement of the public tender offer or the net worth per share on the financial report for the most recent period, whichever of the two is higher; the public tender offer price and the volume of securities to be acquired through the public tender offer shall furthermore not be changed during the public tender offer period.