Celebratingo er 40 years as a leading global manu acturer o high-per ormance integratedcircuits used in analog and digital signal processing applications, AnalogDe ices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design andmanu acturing acilities throughout the world. Analog De ices' common stock islisted on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "ADI" and is included inthe S&P 500 Index. This release may be deemed to contain orward-looking statements which include,among other things, our statements regarding expected re enue and earnings thatare based on our current expectations, belie s, assumptions, estimates, orecasts, and projections about the industry and markets in which AnalogDe ices operates. The statements contained in this release are not guarantees o uture per ormance, are inherently uncertain, in ol e certain risks,uncertainties, and assumptions that are di icult to predict, and do not gi ee ect to the potential impact o any mergers, acquisitions, di estitures, orbusiness combinations that may be announced or closed a ter the date hereo .There ore, actual outcomes and results may di er materially rom what isexpressed in such orward-looking statements, and such statements should not berelied upon as representing Analog De ices expectations or belie s as o anydate subsequent to the date o this press release.
We do not undertake anyobligation to update orward-looking statements made by us. Although any such projections and the actors in luencing them will likely change, we will not necessarily update thein ormation, as we will only pro ide guidance at certain points during the year.Such in ormation speaks only as o the original issuance date o this release.Analog De ices and the Analog De ices logo are registered trademarks ortrademarks o Analog De ices, Inc. Analog De ices, Inc.Mindy Kohl, 781-461-3282Director o In estor Relations ax: Copyright Business Wire 2009. (NYSE: CHN)announces distributions o $5.8174 per share are payable on January 23, 2009. As pre iously reported, distributions are payable to stockholders o record onDecember 24, 2008 with an ex-di idend date o December 22, 2008.Thedistribution is comprised o long-term capital gains o $5.3361 per share andnet in estment income o $0.4813 per share. The distributions will be paid in the und's common stock; howe er,stockholders had the option to request that their distributions be paid incash in lieu o common stock.Requests or cash distributions had to berecei ed by the und by January 15, 2009.The aggregate amount o cashdistributions to all stockholders was limited to 30 o the aggregate dollaramount o the total distributions, that is, $31,682,271.Because cashdistribution requests exceeded this limit, the und will pro rate the cashdistribution among all stockholders who made such requests.Stockholders whorequested cash distributions will recei e 57.64 o their distributions incash and will recei e the balance in the und's common stock.The commonstock to be distributed will be alued at $15.97 per share, which was thestock's closing price on the New York Stock Exchange on January 16, 2009.Stockholders who ha e questions regarding the distribution may contact TheAltman Group at 1-888-CHN-CALL (246-2255).In addition, the und has postedon its website, , in ormation regarding the distribution,including requently asked questions.The und is a closed-end management in estment company seeking long-termcapital appreciation primarily through in estment in the equity securities o companies engaged in a substantial amount o business in the People's Republico China.The China und, Inc.
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