Nortel Networks has delisted its stock from the Vancover Stock Exchange because it has traded "only a small number" of shares there over the past five years.
The Canada based telecoms equipment giant, which will continuing trading on the Montreal Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange, said its decision was also prompted by the Vancover Exchange's plan to merge with the Alberta Stock Exchange to form a national junior market.
There was also "sufficient ongoing liquidity" on the other exchanges to cover the change, it added.
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