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Chilean retailer Cencosud to delist from NYSE

Chile-based multibrand retailer Cencosud SA disclosed in a May 25 SEC filing the details of the voluntary delisting of its American depositary receipts, or ADRs, from the NYSE.

The company said it expects to submit Form 25 to the SEC on June 6 and the delisting to be effective June 19.

Bank of New York Mellon, as depositary, will provide a 30-day notice of termination to all ADR holders.

The retailer on April 28 announced its intention to delist from the NYSE, terminate its ADR facility and deregister with the SEC. It will maintain its listings on the Santiago Stock Exchange, Chile Electronic Stock Exchange and Valparaiso Stock Exchange.