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16.19

(1) Every issuer must have its own website on which it must publish any announcement, notice or other document published under rule 16.17 on the GEM website. The publication should be at the same time as publication of the electronic copy of the document on the GEM website. An issuer is not required to publish an Application Proof or Post Hearing Information Pack on its own website. In any event:
(a) where the electronic copy of the document is published after 7:00 p.m. on the GEM website, publication on the issuer's own website must not be later than 8:30 a.m. on the business day next following such publication; and
(b) where the electronic copy of the document is published at any other time on the GEM website, publication on the issuer's own website must not be later than 1 hour after such publication.

Note: The issuer's website does not need to be hosted on a domain owned or maintained by the issuer. The issuer's website may be hosted on a third-party domain so long as the website is assigned a dedicated location on the Worldwide Web and the issuer's website may be managed by third-party on behalf of the issuer.
(2) The issuer must ensure that any document published on its website pursuant to the GEM Listing Rules remains available on its website on a continuous basis for at least 5 years from the date of first publication. The public must be able to access these documents on the website free of charge.
(3) [Repealed 1 January 2013]