Recognition of Extraordinary loss - Refinance of a Subsidiary

Date: 11 March 2009
Source: Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd
The Board of Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd resolved at its meeting 09 March that, on 31 March 2009 NSG Holding Europe Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd. (hereinafter“NSG”), will redeem 87 million £1 nominal value redeemable shares at par, as provided for under the terms of their issue.1.

The reason for the transaction

It is proposed that NSG Holding Europe Limited will redeem 87 million &pond;1 nominal value redeemable shares at par and the funds for its commercial needs will be advanced from NSG to NSG Holding Europe Limited as debt, with a view to realise a more flexible funding method.

2. The outline of the transaction

(ⅰ). The outline of the subsidiary

(1) Name: NSG Holding Europe Limited.

(2) Representative: Stuart Chambers

(3) Registered Address: Lea Green St. Helens Merseyside WA9 4PR England

(4) Foundation: 11 September 2001

(5) Principal business: Investment holding company

(6) Authorised capital: 1,500,000,000 Ordinary shares of GBP 1 each; 100,000,000 Redeemable shares of GBP 1 each

(7) Paid-up capital: 1,146,010,000 Ordinary shares of GBP1 each; 87,179,000 Redeemable shares of GBP 1 each

(8) Shareholder: Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd. (100%)

(ⅱ). Details of transaction

(1) Number of shares held before transaction: 87,179,000 Redeemable shares

(2) Number of shares transferred: 87,179,000 Redeemable shares (Proceeds: GBP 87 million)

(3) Number of shares held after transaction Nil

(ⅲ). Date of the transaction

31st March 2009

3. Impact on the operation

(1) Consolidated basis

The impact on the Group’s consolidated financial statement is nil.

(2) Non-consolidated basis

As the financial impact will depend on the exchange rate at the time the transaction is completed and other elements, we are not able to quote a figure at the moment, but will do so when the transaction has been made.

NSG Holding Europe Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd. (hereinafter“NSG”), will redeem 87 million £1 nominal value redeemable shares at par, as provided for under the terms of their issue.

1. The reason for the transaction

It is proposed that NSG Holding Europe Limited will redeem 87 million &pond;1 nominal value redeemable shares at par and the funds for its commercial needs will be advanced from NSG to NSG Holding Europe Limited as debt, with a view to realise a more flexible funding method.

2. The outline of the transaction

(ⅰ). The outline of the subsidiary

(1) Name: NSG Holding Europe Limited.

(2) Representative: Stuart Chambers

(3) Registered Address: Lea Green St. Helens Merseyside WA9 4PR England

(4) Foundation: 11 September 2001

(5) Principal business: Investment holding company

(6) Authorised capital: 1,500,000,000 Ordinary shares of GBP 1 each; 100,000,000 Redeemable shares of GBP 1 each

(7) Paid-up capital: 1,146,010,000 Ordinary shares of GBP1 each; 87,179,000 Redeemable shares of GBP 1 each

(8) Shareholder: Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd. (100%)

(ⅱ). Details of transaction

(1) Number of shares held before transaction: 87,179,000 Redeemable shares

(2) Number of shares transferred: 87,179,000 Redeemable shares (Proceeds: GBP 87 million)

(3) Number of shares held after transaction Nil

(ⅲ). Date of the transaction

31st March 2009

3. Impact on the operation

(1) Consolidated basis

The impact on the Group’s consolidated financial statement is nil.

(2) Non-consolidated basis

As the financial impact will depend on the exchange rate at the time the transaction is completed and other elements, we are not able to quote a figure at the moment, but will do so when the transaction has been made.

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Date: 11 March 2009
Source: Nippon Sheet Glass Company Ltd

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