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Fri, Aug 26 2016

BRIEF-Grand Chip Investment announces interim results of takeover offer by co for Aixtron

* Grand Chip Investment GMBH announces interim results of voluntary public takeover offer by Grand Chip Investment Gmbh for Aixtron SE

REFILE-BRIEF-Grand Chip Investment announces interim results of offer for Aixtron SE

* Grand Chip Investment GmbH announces interim results of voluntary public takeover offer by Grand Chip Investment GmbH for Aixtron SE

BRIEF-Aixtron reschedules Q2 earnings release to Aug. 11, 2016

* Aixtron se rescheduled its q2/2016 earnings release from july 26, 2016 to august 11, 2016

China's Fujian Grand Chip to buy Aixtron for 670 million euros

FRANKFURT China's Fujian Grand Chip Investment Fund LP (FGC) is to offer 6 euros per share to buy Aixtron , valuing the German semiconductor equipment maker at around 670 million euros ($752 million) including net cash, the two companies said on Monday.

BRIEF-Aixtron deal with FGC includes a break fee

* Says deal with Fujian Grand Chip includes a break fee in case aixtron actively solicits alternative offers Further company coverage:

UPDATE 2-China's FGC to buy Germany's Aixtron for 670 mln euros

* Aixtron shares jump 15 pct to five-month high (Adds analyst comment, background, advisers)

BRIEF-Aixtron says takeover by Fujian includes equity and debt

* Approximately RMB 1.7 billion, equal to around eur 231 million, of equity financing will be provided by FGC

BRIEF-Aixtron says Fujian Grand Chip supports its strategy

* Fujian Grand Chip Investment (FGC) intends to support Aixtron's strategy going forward

UPDATE 1-Aixtron Q1 orders better than expected

* Shares indicated to open 5 pct higher (Adds orders, background, shares)

Aixtron Q1 operating loss widens, demand from LED customers low

FRANKFURT, April 26 German chip equipment maker Aixtron on Tuesday posted worse-than-expected results as it continued to struggle with low orders from its LED customers.

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