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The shareholders’ meeting of Masi Agricola, the Amarone brand listed on Euronext Growth Milan and controlled by the Boscaini family – with the brothers Sandro, Bruno and Mario Boscaini who each hold 24.5% of the shares (for a total of 73.5% in the hands of the family), while Renzo Rosso’s Red Circle Investments holds 10% and Fondazione Enpaia, the social security institution of employees and workers in agriculture, has recently risen to 5% – approved the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2021, resolving the distribution of an ordinary unit dividend, gross of withholding taxes, of 0.08 euros per share, for a total of 2.57 million euros, corresponding 51% of the net profit for the year. The proposal was also approved to allocate the residual part of the profit for the year to the legal reserve for € 253,160, to the reserve for exchange gains for € 14,337 and to retained earnings for € 2.22 million. The Group has a strong and growing international vocation: it is present in 140 countries, with an export share of around 74% of the total turnover, which in 2021 reached 66 million euros, with a gross operating margin of 19, 5%.

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