SINGAPORE (March 2): ISR Capital board of directors says it is “glad” that the Singapore Exchange (SGX) will be lifting its trading suspension on the company with effect from March 6.

(See also: SGX to allow ISR Capital to resume trading on March 6; shares said to be manipulated by John Soh)

In a Thursday filing to the SGX, the group emphasises that it remains committed to working towards regulatory and shareholder approval for its plans to acquire a total 60% stake in Tantalum Holding (Mauritius).

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