Malaysia to delist six distressed firms on June 16


KUALA LUMPUR, May 30 (Reuters) - Malaysia's stock exchange will on June 16 delist six firms that had failed to put their finances in order, the firms said on Friday. They will be among the first financially distressed firms to have their listings removed by the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE). The six companies are cosmetic maker Zaitun Bhd , shipping services firm Nauticalink Bhd , auto parts maker Repco Holdings Bhd , property firm CSM Corp Bhd and builders Esprit Group Bhd and ...

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