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Japfa IPO Rundown

JAPFA is offering 248m shares at $0.80 each for a listing on the Singapore Exchange. The IPO will close on 13 August 2014 at 12pm and starts trading on 15 August.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 12 August 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    5 Things You Should Know About Starburst IPO

    Imagine owning part of a business that economic conditions have the least bearing on. Yes, recession proof. Wouldn’t you want it?

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 11 July 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    3 Takeaways About Frasers Hospitality Trust

    Perhaps one of the late parties to join the hospitality block, spinning off Frasers Hospitality Trust could not have been a more opportune decision. Find out why.

  • Ong Qiuying
  • 10 July 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Key Investors Provide Impetus To Invest In QT Vascular

    Even though it will only be available to certain investors due to the nature of its IPO (through placement), QT Vascular presents an interesting proposition to investors looking to add a biotech firm to their portfolio. Find out why.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 25 April 2014
  • Initial Public Offering, Tradeable, Tradeable Ideas
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    OUE Commercial REIT IPO: Here’s What You Need To Know

    OUE Commercial REIT (“OUE C-REIT”) is launching its REIT at $0.80 per unit. The initial portfolio will consist of OUE Bayfront Property in Singapore and Lippo Plaza Property in Shanghai.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 21 January 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Kim Heng Offshore & Marine IPO Backed By Reputable Investors

    Kim Heng Offshore & Marine Holdings Limited (“Kim Heng” or the “Company”) is offering 174m shares for the IPO at $0.25 each of which 160m are new shares and 14m are vendor shares. There will only be 3m shares for the public with the balance via placement.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 20 January 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Eurosports Global: Revving Up For Catalist Listing

    Eurosports Global is offering 80 million shares, of which 40 million are new shares and 40 million are vendor shares at $0.28 each. 78.5 million shares will be available for the placement offer and 1.5 million shares for the public.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 13 January 2014
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Linc Energy’s IPO

    Linc Energy launched its IPO today with a very thick prospectus. It is offering 47,850,000 shares at $1.20 each of which only 500,000 is reserved for the public.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 12 December 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Oil & Gas Boom Continues With Pacific Radiance IPO

    Although registration is now closed, Pacific Radiance still represents an opportunity for investors to tap on the growing oil & gas boom in Asia and the world. Look at what Mr IPO has to say about the soon-to-be-listed company!

  • Mr.IPO
  • 12 November 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Figtree IPO: A Growth Play In The Industrial Warehouse Construction Space

    Browsing quickly through the list of Singapore-listed stocks, one would notice that there are more than a couple of “trees” in the block.

  • Nicholas Tan
  • 08 November 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Is ValueMax’s Listing Just Another Pawnbroking IPO?

    ValueMax Group is offering 138 million new shares at $0.51 each whereby 5 million shares will be for the public and the balance via placement.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 24 October 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    AsiaPhos Offers Unique Exposure To Phosphate Exploration And Mining

    Despite the tightening of regulations, exploration companies continue to flock to the Singapore market for IPO. Look out what Mr IPO has to say about the upcoming IPO of AsiaPhos!

  • Mr.IPO
  • 02 October 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Soilbuild REIT IPO: “Longest” Leasehold Life Among Industrial Peers (Preview)

    Soibuild REIT is offering 586.5 million units at an offering range of $0.77 to $0.80 per unit (subject to over-allotment of 56.307 million units).

  • Mr.IPO
  • 06 August 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    MoneyMax IPO: A “Maxi-Cash”- Like Strong Debut In The Making?

    MoneyMax Financial Services is offering 53.8 million new shares at $0.30 each for a listing on Catalist. The offer comprises 51.8 million placement shares and a paltry 2 million public offer.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 30 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Rex International IPO: Striking Oil With Proprietary Technology

    Rex International Holding is offering 142.5m new shares at $0.50 each for a Catalist listing. 140m shares is for an international placement (outside USA) and 2.5m shares is for a public offering.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 24 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    OUE Hospitality Trust IPO: “Guaranteed” 4.5% Minimum Yield From Long Term Lease

    OUE Hospitality Trust (OUE HT) finalised its offer at the ‘bottom’ range of the book-building range of $0.88.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 19 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    SPH REIT IPO: “Overwhelming” Institutional Demand, Slight Upside Potential

    SPH Reit launched its IPO at the top end of the book-building range of $0.90 and the placement tranche was a whopping 42x oversubscribed and i have to admit i am surprised by this ‘overwhelming’ demand which unfortunately depressed the yield and potential upside.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 18 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    KrisEnergy IPO: High Risk High Returns?

    Remember Pearl Energy? KrisEnergy, according to Mr IPO could go down the same route. However, as with all exploration and production oil and gas firms, there is high risk. “What if they don’t hit oil?”

  • Mr.IPO
  • 15 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    A Preview Of SPH REIT IPO; Priced $0.85-$0.90

    The chance to “own” Paragon? That is what SPH REIT’s IPO promises in its draft prospectus. Join Mr IPO as he dissects its draft prospectus!

  • Mr.IPO
  • 12 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    International Healthway Corporation’s IPO “Courageous”; “Rich” Valuation

    Healthway Medical Corp is spinning out its international arm through an Initial Public Offering on Catalist by placement. Read here on what our contributor, Mr IPO have to say!

  • Mr.IPO
  • 03 July 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    IPO Watch: Tee Land

    Tee Land has launched its initial public offering recently. Read on to find out what our contributor, Mr IPO has to say about the spin-off from Tee International. Is it worth your $2 registration fee?

  • Mr.IPO
  • 03 June 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    IPO Watch: Asian Pay Television Trust

    Possibly the first business trust in Asia focused on pay TV, APTT has announced its initial public offering to the public. Public registration for the IPO will end on 27 May, 12pm. Before you head to the ATM to register, why don’t you take a look at what Mr IPO has to say about this offering?

  • Mr.IPO
  • 21 May 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    IPO Watch: Croesus Retail Trust (“CRT”)

    The first of its kind to list in Singapore. Croesus Retail Trust, a Japanese retail business trust with properties in Japan. Find out what our guest writer , Mr IPO feels about this counter and why did he rate it 3 chillies.

  • Mr.IPO
  • 06 May 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Mega-IPO Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust Makes A Splash

    A big household name indeed attracts a great deal of attention. For the past few weeks, many investors were attracted to the $1.7 billion listing of Temasek-linked Mapletree Greater China Commercial Trust (MGCCT).

  • Jade Lee
  • 11 March 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Overseas Education: Bringing Out The Value Of Education

    Since the global financial crisis, education-related stocks have fallen out of favour with investors. But it is a different story for newly-listed Overseas Education.

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 22 February 2013
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Kori Holdings: Laying The Right Foundation

    Kori Holdings, a multi-discipline engineering and construction services firm, recently went public as it got its shares to list on the Catalist board of the Singapore Exchange. The company which started out as a general sub-contractor in 1982, continues to stay true to its strength.

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 21 December 2012
  • Initial Public Offering
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    In Far East Hospitality We Trust?

    Hopes were high for a stellar debut by Far East Hospitality Trust (FEHT), the latest and year-to-date’s largest Singapore initial public offering (IPO), on 27 August.

  • Daxx Chong
  • 31 August 2012
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Global Premium Hotels: Where Value For Money Takes On A New Definition

    Gone were the days when people shun ‘budget’ hotels due to the association of being simply ‘cheap’. Tagged the low frills hotels nowadays, what these facilities offer in terms of comfort, service and accessibility more than caters to travelers’ basic needs.

  • Choo Hao Xiang and Ong Qiuying
  • 27 April 2012
  • Initial Public Offering
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    F1 Gearing Up Its Singapore IPO Listing?

    So far, we’ve seen two IPOs this year, where both staged astounding double digit percentage gains from their IPO price barely 15 minutes into the market open. The first one is Cordlife Group, cord blood and tissue banking service provider, which rose a whopping 37.4 percent, where the second one was Bumitama Agri, Indonesian palm oil producer, as it opened 34.9 percent over its IPO price. You can read more about Bumitama Agri here (Bulletin link).

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 12 April 2012
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Hutchison Port Holdings Trust To List On Singapore Exchange March 18

    Hutchison Port Holdings Trust is expected to price its Singapore initial public offer by March 14 and list on the bourse on March 18 in what would be the largest listing in the city-state’s history, according to an amended prospectus filed to the Monetary Authority of Singapore Monday.

  • 08 March 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Chew’s Group Gears Up For Catalist Debut

    A new kid on the SGX Catalist block, Chew’s Group is one of the leading producers of fresh eggs in Singapore. Armed with more than 30 years of experience under its belt, Chew’s Group operates a layer farm that spans over 20 hectares and produces approximately 340,000 eggs per day, building for themselves a strong presence and brand name in developing high quality, wholesome and safe eggs for consumers in Singapore.

  • Cassandra Sim
  • 25 February 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    XMH Revs Up For Promising Growth Amid Shipbuilding Sector Recovery

    XMH Holdings (XMH), a supplier of marine diesel engines and power generating sets, began the ball rolling as the company recently became the first to list on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange for 2011.

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 28 January 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    High Rubber Prices Translate Into Hot Opportunities For Sri Trang

    Sri Trang Agro-Industry Public Company (Sri Trang) believes now is the time to jump onto the SGX IPO bandwagon.

  • Jade Lee
  • 28 January 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Dual-Listed Malaysia Smelting Benefits From Strong Growth Opportunities

    Malaysia Smelting Corporation (MSC) recently completed its dual-listing on the Singapore Exchange via an initial public offering of 25 million new shares at $1.75 apiece, raising net proceeds of $43.8 million.

  • Ong Qiuying
  • 28 January 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Hutchison Whampoa Ports Unit Aims To Raise Up To US$6B In Singapore IPO

    The listing of Hutchison’s Hong Kong and Pearl River Delta port assets, which together constitute the largest port business by volume in the world, could be the biggest IPO in Asia this year.

  • 18 January 2011
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Oxley Arrives On Catalist Amid Cooling Property Outlook

    The influx of new companies seeking listing to raise funds as the economy treads on the recovery path seems encouraging for investors alike. One of the latest companies to do so is Oxley Holdings (Oxley).

  • Gilbert Chia
  • 11 November 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Global Logistic Properties Sparkles On Debut, Consolidates Presence In Asia’s Largest Economies

    Enjoying strong support from both institutions and retail investors, Global Logistic Properties (GLP) recently launched the largest initial public offering in Singapore since 1993.

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 22 October 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Mapletree Industrial Trust: New Kid On The REIT Block

    Mapletree Industrial Trust (MIT) is the latest addition to the real estate investment trust (REIT) sector on the local bourse. Focusing on industrial related real estate assets in Singapore, MIT’s portfolio includes 70 properties, valued at $2.1b as of 31 Aug-10.

  • Gilbert Chia
  • 22 October 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Mapletree Industrial Trust IPO – Some Noteworthy Points

    MIT is a Singapore real estate investment trust (“REIT”) established with the principal investment strategy of investing, directly or indirectly, in a diversified portfolio of income-producing real estate used primarily for industrial purposes, whether wholly or partially, in Singapore, as well as real estate-related assets.

  • Ernest Lim
  • 11 October 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Yamada Green Resources To Flourish Alongside China’s Booming Economy

    Standing out as the only Singapore-listed supplier of self-cultivated shiitake mushrooms, Yamada Green Resources (YGR) has recently launched its initial public offering.

  • Choo Hao Xiang
  • 08 October 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Leader Environmental Technologies Launches IPO Amidst China’s Commitment To Lower Pollution

    Leader Environmental Technologies, an environmental solutions provider, opened its first trade on the SGX this morning amidst a flurry of trades, seeing it lead the top volume chart.

  • Isaac Chee
  • 15 July 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Agricultural Bank Of China Places High Hopes On IPO Outcome

    Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) has expressed yesterday that it is confident about its behemoth IPO launch outcome in an interview with the media after its presentation to its investors.

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 06 July 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    CCM Group Grows From Strength To Strength

    CCM Group, a provider of integrated construction services, recently listed on the SGX Catalist via the placement of 25m shares at $0.20 apiece.

  • Aw Jie Sheng
  • 02 July 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    AgBank To Raise Up To US$13B From HK IPO

    Agricultural Bank of China Ltd., the last of China’s four big state banks to go public, aims to raise as much as US$13.08 billion in the Hong Kong portion of its initial public offering.

  • 25 June 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Benefitting From China’s Economic Growth

    The People’s Bank of China formally announced plans to loosen the yuan’s de-facto peg to the dollar on 19 Jun-10 in Beijing, less than a week before a meeting of global leaders from the Group of 20 major economies. However, it has ruled out a one-time revaluation and said any strengthening of its currency would be gradual.

  • Xavier Lim
  • 22 June 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Prudential’s Secondary Listing On The SGX – Were You Listening?

    Prudential, British-based insurance giant has successfully listed its shares on the Singapore Exchange by way of introduction.

  • Louis Kent Lee
  • 25 May 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Tiger Airways Takes IPO Leap As Competition Heats Up

    SIA will soon have its subsidiary, budget carrier Tiger Airways (TA) join it on the SGX Mainboard on Jan 22, 2010

  • David Lee
  • 22 January 2010
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Christmas Comes Early For CapitaMalls Asia

    Don’t tell anybody, Santa Claus dropped by town last week, descending from his anachronistic transport onto Robinson Point, headquarters of CapitaMalls Asia (CapitaMalls).

  • Donavan Lim
  • 26 November 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    ZIWO Shines On Debut

    Three companies recently made their debut on the Singapore Exchange – Goodland Group, Ziwo Holdings (Ziwo) and Hengyang Petrochemical Logistics. Of the three companies, only Ziwo was admitted to the Main Board whereas the other two were listed on the Catalist. Offered at $0.235 apiece, Ziwo’s share price rose on its debut to a high of $0.31 before closing at $0.285, an increase of 21.3%.

  • David Chung
  • 16 October 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Heatec Jietong Enters New Growth Chapter With Catalist Listing

    Under Johnny Soon’s stewardship, Heatec has flourished from strength to strength throughout these years, supporting the buoyant marine and oil & gas industries. Placing out 18.5 million new shares at $0.275 apiece, the company entered into a new milestone on 8 July by becoming the fourth IPO listed on the Catalist board in 2009.

  • Clement Kan
  • 10 July 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Teho Knows The Ropes To Survive

    With the STI moving steadily upwards in recent weeks, Teho International (Teho) made its Catalist debut on 4 June 2009, hoping to benefit from the improved market sentiment.

  • David Chung
  • 12 June 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Japan Foods Whets Investors’ Taste Buds With Catalist Listing

    Operating the Ajisen Ramen chain of restaurants is Japan Foods Holding (Japan Foods), which is following the footsteps of its predecessor, Westminster Travel, to list on the Catalist board. Being the second IPO of 2009, the company is placing out 13.5 million new shares at $0.20 apiece and will commence trading on 23 February. volume.

  • Clement Kan
  • 20 February 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Westminster Travel Not In Vogue

    In better times, the listing of a company is usually accompanied by various plans to expand and acquire – utilising the proceeds from a corporation’s issuance of shares in various fashions. But in this day and age, the intention of Westminster Travel (WT) to use its IPO proceeds of $5.4m for working capital purposes appears to be prescient.

  • Donavan Lim
  • 06 February 2009
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Qian Feng marches on precariously

    Amidst prevailing weak market sentiment that was further aggravated by new rounds of fears surrounding the bailout

  • Soo Yin Ling
  • 29 August 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Kencana Agri Bucks The Trend

    At a time when most IPOs have fallen below their offer price upon debut, Kencana Agri (KA) has bucked the trend to close with a 16.4% gain at $0.355 on its first day of trading (July 25).

  • Michael Chua
  • 01 August 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    China Fibretech Slips On Debut

    Group executive chairman and chief executive officer Wu Xinhua said, “Based on the steady growth that we have seen over the years, we are confident of maintaining the growth pace.”

  • 04 July 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Mencast Embarks On New Growth Chapter

    And with oil prices hitting record highs, there could be an increase in the capital expenditure for the exploration, development and production of offshore oil and gas.

  • Clement Kan
  • 04 July 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Combine Will Turns Ideas Into Reality

    CW is expected to begin trading on June 23.

  • Michael Chua
  • 20 June 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Fabric Maker Rides On Olympic Wave

    What do all athletes at the coming Beijing Olympics need?

  • Michael Chua
  • 06 June 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Hisaka Holdings Stems Onto The Mainboard

    Machines. Welcome to evolution, what do we do without them really?

  • 21 May 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    China Zaino Leads The Pack

    CZ will use its net proceeds of $80.5m to: i) strengthen its DAPAI brand ($13.7m), ii) expand its sales and distribution network ($9.8m), iii) expand its production capacity ($50m) and iv) fund working capital ($6.9m).

  • Michael Chua
  • 04 May 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    China Eratat Sets Foot Into Singapore

    A journey of a thousand miles begins with single step, said a famous philosopher.

  • Donavan Lim
  • 03 May 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Jewellery Gifts For Everyone

    Recently, a newspaper reported about men and women being fascinated with metal accessories.

  • David Chung
  • 22 March 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Some Call Timber, Others Kayu

    We are familiar with scenes on television and movies where lumberjacks bellow “Timber!” to warn people of a falling tree. I wonder what do Indonesian natives shout. “Kayu balak!” perhaps?

  • Michael Chua
  • 10 March 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Cranes To Lift Earnings

    A tower crane is a musthave in the construction of any tall building as it facilitates the lifting of various construction materials like steel rods, concrete bricks, etc. from the ground to other parts of a building under construction.

  • 20 February 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    A Construction Survivor

    The Asian Financial Crisis resulted in an economic downturn throughout Asia after 1997. Singaporeʼs construction industry went through years of gloom and doom from 1999 to 2005, during which many construction companies were forced to wind up.

  • Michael Chua
  • 06 February 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    A For Apple iPod & iPhone

    Hot on the heels of Old Chang Kee, which listed on Catalist on Jan 16, comes Afor, a retailer specialising in the sale of Apple brand products.

  • Michael Chua
  • 29 January 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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    Delicious Fillings Inside This Puff?

    The food manufacturer is a household name in Singapore with its famous Old Chang Kee curry puff, a favourite item among Singaporeans for generations.

  • Donavan Lim
  • 23 January 2008
  • Initial Public Offering
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