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Unification of Royal Dutch and Shell Transport

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The unification of Royal Dutch and Shell Transport to one parent company, Royal Dutch Shell plc, was completed on 20 July 2005.

Royal Dutch Shell plc has two classes of shares, "A" and "B" shares. "A" shares and "B" shares have identical rights except in relation to the source of dividend income where "A" shares have a Dutch source and "B" shares are intended to have a UK source. "A" and "B" shares trade on both the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Amsterdam and in the form of ADRs on the New York Stock Exchange. An archive of the full documentation explaining full details of the unification can be found on this site.


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18 Oct 2005 - Information for UK resident holders of Royal Dutch Petroleum Company
20 Sep 2005 - Royal Dutch Shell announces the restructuring of certain subsidiaries and intended method of obtaining 100% of Royal Dutch share
17 Aug 2005 - Amendment to Schedule 13-D - update on acceptance level of Royal Dutch Offer
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