ProMOS says 70% of CB holders support tender

In the hope of achieving the minimum acceptance rate of 79%, the Taiwanese chipmaker extends the early premium deadline until the end of the tender offer set for March 21.

With three days to go before the end of its convertible bond buyback tender, ProMOS Technologies said yesterday that 70% of the bondholders have indicated their support for the offer. While still short of the required acceptance rate of 79%, it is close enough to suggest a real possibility that the deal will go through -- especially since sources say there are verbal indications that some tender instructions submitted in recent days haven't yet been officially recorded.

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