Mockus, through other companies he owns, controls more than 60 percent of shares in Vilnius-based Apranga, the newspaper said. Since Aug. 29, he has bought Apranga shares through another company for about 350,000 euros ($451,000) in 10 trades, including the purchase of a stake from Swedish asset manager East Capital for 200,000 euros, Verslo Zinios reported.
Mockus is dissatisfied by listing restrictions on his status as an investor and is considering ending public trading in Vilnius, Verslo Zinios said.
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