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KGI watching Innotek’s automotive sector with great interest, ups TP to $1.12 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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KGI watching Innotek’s automotive sector with great interest, ups TP to $1.12

KGI’s Kenny Tan has given an “outperform” rating to Innotek with a target price of $1.12, up from his previous target price of 73 cents. 

Grand Venture Technology builds diversified customer base to capture growth segments - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Grand Venture Technology builds diversified customer base to capture growth segments

Grand Venture Technology (GVT), a provider of manufacturing solutions and services, has become part of a larger group of companies receiving investment from private equity firm Nov

Aspen obtains 100% investment tax allowance for glove-making subsidiary for 10 years - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Aspen obtains 100% investment tax allowance for glove-making subsidiary for 10 years

Aspen (Group) Holdings’s subsidiary Aspen Glove has received approval from Malaysia’s finance minister for an income tax exemption for its business activity of designing, developing, and

This is what to buy your kids for Christmas this year - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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This is what to buy your kids for Christmas this year

Don’t know what to buy for your children this Christmas?

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China's factory index highest since 2017 on the back of strong demand

An official gauge of activity in China’s manufacturing sector rose faster that expected in November, suggesting the economy’s recovery is gathering pace toward the end of the year.

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Top Glove working with US CPB towards 'speedy resolution' on detention order

Malaysian glove manufacturer Top Glove has said it is in “cordial and constructive engagement” with US Customs and Border Protection over a detention order placed on the gloves manufactured by two

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Intel considers outsourcing manufacturing; heralds end of era for US chip sector

Intel Corp.’s decision to consider outsourcing manufacturing heralds the end of an era in which the company, and the US, dominated the semiconductor industry.

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Venture, Hi-P and ThaiBev win on earnings growth, share price gain and ROE respectively

SINGAPORE (Sept 16): For all the competition from low-labour-cost locations, manufacturing remains a key pillar of Singapore’s economy.

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