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ICC shares begin trading in US currency on Canadian Securities Exchange

The new Canadian Securities Exchange ticker symbol is WRLD.U
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ICC reminds dealers to re-enter open orders taking into account the currency change

ICC International Cannabis Corp (CSE:WRLD.U) (OTCMKTS:KNHBF) said that its common shares are now trading in US currency on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

The Vancouver-based company said in a press release Thursday that trades prior to the effective date of December 21 will settle in Canadian currency. Trades on or after the effective date will settle in US currency.

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The company's new Canadian Securities Exchange ticker symbol is WRLD.U.

ICC added that open orders were canceled at the end of business on Thursday, December 20, and the company reminded dealers to re-enter orders taking into account the currency change.

Disclosure documents are available on the Canadian Securities Exchange website, according to ICC.

 

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