A document given to the Exchange by an entity or its sponsor, or on its or its sponsor's behalf, becomes and remains the property of the Exchange to deal with as it wishes, including copying, storing in a retrieval system, transmitting and selling to the public, and publishing any part of the document and permitting others to do so. The documents referred to in this rule include a document given to the Exchange in support of a listing application or in compliance with the listing rules.
Documents for overseas shareholders shall be forwarded by air or by facsimile transmission or, in another way that ensures that the documents will be received quickly.
Where an issue of securities is to be made overseas and is supported by an Offer Document, a prospectus or other public documents, the Offer Document, prospectus or other public documents must be submitted to the Exchange in English. Such documents must be endorsed "Specimen — For information only".
An issuer (through its sponsor) must supply the Exchange with such number of final printed copies as the Exchange may require from time to time (and one soft copy in such format as the Exchange may require) of the following documents for public release:(1) all periodic and special reports, circulars, etc., released or issued by the issuer for the information of holders of any of the issuer's listed securities; and(2) the published accounts of the issuer and all documents annexed thereto, as soon as issued.