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 BenQ Shareholders Approve Siemens Mobile Acquistion
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Message Text: BenQ shareholders voted Thursday in favor of a plan for the Taiwanese electronics maker to take over Siemens AG's mobile phone division, bringing the two companies one step closer to a deal.

Siemens shareholders are slated to vote Thursday as well. A "no" vote by Siemens stockholders would block the transaction.

The two companies struck a deal last month for BenQ to take over Siemens' loss-making handset division and try to turn it around.

The German electronics giant will also purchase a $50 million stake in BenQ to solidify the deal. BenQ said Thursday that it would sell US$150 million worth of shares later this year in the form of global depositary receipts as part of the arrangement.
 
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