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Minutes of Shareholders’ Meetings

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The General Meeting, summoned and convened in accordance with the law and the Bylaws, is empowered to decide all the business related to the purpose of the company and to take the decisions deemed convenient to its defense and development (Article 121 of the Law 6,404, as of December 15, 1976).

The Meetings may not be held out of the headquarters’ location, and are summoned at least 15 (fifteen) days in advance and chaired by the Chairman of the Board or, in his absence, by his statutory substitute, who shall invite one or more stockholders to be the Secretaries.

The resolutions, excluding the exceptions provided for by the law, are taken by stockholders representing the absolute majority of the common stocks. Each common stock corresponds to a vote.

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