AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND--(Marketwired - Nov 8, 2016) - Agria Corporation (NYSE: GRO) ("Agria" or "the Company"), today announced that it will appeal the decision by the New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE") to commence proceedings to delist the American Depository Shares ("ADSs") of Agria from the NYSE. Trading of the Company's ADSs was suspended on November 3, 2016, after the NYSE notified the company of the decision to commence delisting proceedings.
The Company disagrees with the statements included in the NYSE's press release, dated November 3, 2016, and intends to challenge the NYSE's investigation findings and conclusions. The Company is in the process of appealing to the Committee of the Board of Directors of the NYSE, and will continue to work with the NYSE during the appeal process.
About Agria Corporation
Agria (NYSE: GRO) is a global agricultural company with three principal business segments: Seed and Grain; Crop Protection, Nutrients and Merchandise; and Rural Services. The Seed and Grain segment is engaged in research and development, production and sale of a broad range of seed products and trading of seed and grain products globally. The Crop Protection, Nutrients and Merchandise segment operates an extensive chain of retail stores that supply farm input materials. The Rural Services segment provides livestock trading, wool trading, irrigation and pumping, real estate agency and other agriservices. For more information about Agria Corporation, please visit www.agriacorp.com.
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