Examples of Substantial U.S. Market Interest in a sentence
The Company qualifies as a "foreign private issuer" as such term is defined in the Exchange Act and reasonably believes that there is no Substantial U.S. Market Interest in any of the Securities.
In addition, each of the Company and Evolution Securities have agreed that they will not engage in any activities that would result in a Substantial U.S. Market Interest being created within one year following the Admission and commencement of dealings in the Common Shares on AIM.
The Corporation represents that it is and as of the date of issuance of the Units will be a Foreign Issuer and that as of the date hereof there is and as of the date of issuance of the Units there will be no Substantial U.S. Market Interest in the Units, the Warrants, the Common Shares or the Underlying Shares.
The Corporation represents, warrants, covenants and agrees that: The Corporation is a Foreign Issuer and there is no Substantial U.S. Market Interest in its debt securities.
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