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    Under takeover rules, any group which takes a stake of more than 30 per cent of a business is required to make an offer to buy the whole business. 

    But the Takeover Panel said that Frasers does not have to place such a bid as Challice, Singaporean billionaire Christina Ong’s investment vehicle, owns 56 per cent of Mulberry. Despite this, Frasers said it was ‘still reserving its right to make a voluntary offer for the company’. 

    As such, the Takeover Panel insisted Frasers makes a takeover offer by December 17 or walks away under so-called ‘put up or shut up’ rules to stop bid targets from being under siege for a prolonged period. Mulberry shares rose 1.1 per cent. Shares in Frasers, where Ashley is chief executive and has a 63.5 per cent stake, fell 0.3pc.

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