Nov. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Tuscany International Drilling Inc., a Calgary-based company with drilling service operations in South America, said it received approval from Colombia’s securities regulator to list its common shares in Bogota.
The company said its shares are scheduled to begin trading on Colombia’s exchange Dec. 1 under the ticker symbol TIDC, according to a filing today with Colombia’s securities regulator. The company doesn’t plan to issue new shares or other securities and its common shares will continue to trade on Toronto’s Stock Exchange under the ticker TID, the filing said.
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