“Given the company’s confidence in raising new capital to fund our business and marketing efforts, we believe a U.S. re-domiciling is in the company’s best interest,” said Paul J. Cavicchi, chairman. “This listing change is expected to benefit LNGL and its shareholders by properly positioning and valuing the company for future success.”
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