Walldorf — The Executive Board of SAP AG announced that it decided to decrease the Company’s capital stock from €1,269,040,112 (represented by 1,269,040,112 no-par shares, each with an attributable subscribed capital of €1) to €1,246,040,112 (represented by 1,246,040,112 no-par shares, each with an attributable subscribed capital of €1) by canceling 23,000,000 treasury shares, representing 1.8% of the capital stock before this corporate action. After the decrease, treasury shares will represent approximately 3.1% of the capital stock.
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