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Securities Investors Association of Singapore (Sias) president David Gerald told The Straits Times: “Investors in China Sky will be wondering what is their fate, what is happening. It’s not an exaggeration to say...Read More
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The Straits Times on January 6, 2012, reported that the China based firm in its filing to Singapore Exchange (SGX), said it “has yet to receive all the necessary clarification and explanations from SGX to support their...Read More
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