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6 comment(s). Last comment by dragon328 1 month ago

calvintaneng

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Posted by calvintaneng > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Thumbs up!

Bplant has more than 100 years history since Long Jaffar found tin in Larut

It's lands were from long ago at Rock bottom prices

Only one company can beat Bplant's land assets value

SIMEDARBY PLANT HAS A 200 YEAR HISTORY

ITS VAST LANDBANKS ARE ALSO VALUED AT ONLY RM10K TO RM12K PER ACRE BOOK VALUE

THESE LANDS ARE NOW FOUND IN MAJOR CITIES AND TOWNS OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA

ANY PIECE SOLD CAN RIVAL THE PROFITS OF BPLANT KULAI LAND SOLD

BOTH BPLANT AND SIMEPLANT GOT LOTS OF VALUE

THE ONLY ONE THAT CAN EXCEL BOTH IS TSH RESOURCES BECAUSE IT HITS JACKPOTS IN KUTAI. NOW NUSANTARA NEW CAPITAL OF INDONESIA

ahbah

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Posted by ahbah > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Great !

stockraider

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Posted by stockraider > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Simple mah!

We are facing food inflation loh!

As food prices may even go up as high as 60% in the next 6 mths loh!

Best defense....buy into plantation....that hold enormous plantation land and produce food like palmoil....to hedge agst inflation mah!

kelvin61

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Posted by kelvin61 > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

Good review of the intrinsic value of BPLANT by Dragon328. I'm sure the share price will start to reflect the true value going forward. Like they say, you just can't resist a bargain when it's ripe for the pick, cheers.

sensonic

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Posted by sensonic > 1 month ago |

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dragon328

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Posted by dragon328 > 1 month ago | Report Abuse

thanks kelvin61. Agree with you that sooner or later the share price will reflect the intrinsic value of Bplant assets. As its major shareholder Boustead Holdings need cash to pare down borrowings, we can surely expect BPlant to gradually monetise its landbank to distribute more dividends to shareholders.

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