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The shareholders' general meeting is the organ of authority of the Company and shall exercise its functions and powers in accordance with law. Shareholders' general meetings are divided into annual general meetings and extraordinary general meetings. Shareholders' general meetings shall be convened by the board of directors. Annual general meetings shall be held once every year and within six (6) months from the end of the preceding accounting year.

When the Company convenes a shareholders’ general meeting, a written notice shall be given by way of public notice or other means specified under these articles of association (if necessary) at least forty-five (45) days before the date of the meeting to notify all shareholders whose names are shown in the share register of the matters to be considered and the date and venue of the meeting.  A shareholder who intends to attend the general meeting shall deliver his written reply concerning the attendance of the meeting to the Company twenty (20) days before the date of the meeting.

Resolutions of shareholders' general meetings shall be divided into ordinary resolutions and special resolutions. To adopt an ordinary resolution, votes representing more than one half of the voting rights represented by the shareholders (including proxies) present at the meeting must be exercised in favour of the resolution in order for it to be passed. To adopt a special resolution, votes representing more than two-thirds of the voting rights represented by the shareholders (including proxies) present at the meeting must be exercised in favour of the resolution in order for it to be passed.