SINGAPORE (Mar 4): StarHub, whose recent announcement to cut dividends caused its share price to drop to a 14-year low, has been buying back its own shares from the open market. On Feb 22, the company bought 250,000 shares at an average of $1.61 apiece. On Feb 25, it bought 390,000 shares at an average of $1.61 each. The following day, it purchased 300,000 shares at a lower average price of $1.59 each.

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