Capital reduction is to set-off the accumulated losses, so in the future if Company make profit can distribute dividends back to shareholders lar...If a Company got accumulated losses cannot give back dividends. Number of shares still same. Good case study for those in regularization plan haha
Many railway tenders also coming soon for them to tender, so if the restructuring is successful actually quite good prospect also. It's heavily linked to UMNO as well. Can put in the watchlist for now, wait for the price to stabilised a bit then only consider taking position.
In the attachment mention the implications on the number of shares, net asset, page 23 Prospects Page 13 to 20
If you want a summary read these two above then you know what I'm talking. This is a high risk high return thing..If the regularisation plan were to be accepted by Bursa then its good chance will fly. I'll be waiting for the price to stabilised first, because many people got burned last week lol
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