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Lundin: "Trust us or sell your shares"

Published torsdag 3 maj 2012 kl 10.56
Lundin Petroleum chairman Ian Lundin talked to Swedish Radio in March.

Lundin Petroleum has reversed its position, and is now opposed to an independent enquiry into its activity in Sudan.

The company CEO, Ashley Heppenstall, says to business paper Dagens Industri, that "if institutions and other shareholders do not trust the company's management, then they should sell their shares."

In an interview with Swedish Radio in March Ian Lundin had said that the company "welcomed a truly independent investigation."

Previously insurance Folksam had called for an investigation, and Swedbank's Robur fund - the third biggest owner of Lundin Petroleum - also supports this call.

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