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Part I Introduction


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The requirements set by the Exchange relating to listed companies are a part of a substantial body of law and custom that, over the years, has evolved to ensure a fair and orderly market for listed securities. The Manual has been designed to provide a detailed and well-indexed compendium of these requirements.

The Exchange plays an important role in assisting in the recruitment of capital and in the maintenance of an effective secondary market for relatively new enterprises, as well as for established companies. Exchange listings range from junior mining, oil, gas and industrial issues to mature international companies. To accommodate companies with such a diversity of activity and size, while at the same time ensuring that certain basic standards are met, the Exchange maintains listing requirements for the various types of companies which list on the Exchange.


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