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Annual Shareholder Meeting – Voting Outcome

Auckland, 15 November, 2001 – Fletcher Challenge Forests advises that the resolutions which were put to shareholders at the company’s Annual Shareholder Meeting yesterday were all passed with the required majority.

The resolutions included the reappointment of Sir Dryden Spring, T N McFadgen,
R H Fisher, S N Hurley, W A Larsen, S L Moriarty and M C Walls as Directors; the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers as Auditor; and the adoption of a new Constitution.

Copies of the Chairman’s address and presentation to the meeting, along with the Chief Executive’s address and presentation, are available on the company’s website at http://www.fcf.co.nz .


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