By  on December 26, 2007

Impact 21 Co. said on Friday that a Japanese unit of Polo Ralph Lauren Corp., PRL Japan, plans to buy out minority shareholders via a stock swap, according to reports in Tokyo and in the U.S. Impact 21 shareholders will receive a small fraction – 0.00000182 – of a share of PRL Japan for each of their shares, according to the reports. Earlier this year, Polo Ralph Lauren acquired a 97.3 percent stake in the company through a tender offer. In August, Ralph Lauren, chairman and chief executive officer of Polo Ralph Lauren said the company was looking forward to its “new opportunities in Japan.”

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