Last week, Danish car-sharing company Green Mobility's third quarter financials revealed negative equity. After that, Nasdaq Copenhagen opted to give the firm observation status. But this wasn't grounds for anxiety for the company, as it already had a capital raising incoming.
Now, Green Mobility discloses the capital injection, handing the firm DKK 50-75 million (EUR 6.7-10 million) for investments. The new financial muscle is meant to boost growth plans, which entail the company's entry into several European cities.
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