SINGAPORE (July 30): Shares in Delong Holdings are up 94 cents, or 15.6%, at $6.95 with 2.2 million units traded, after its suspension from trading was lifted following an announcement.

The Securities Industry Council (SIC) publicly censured law firm Shook Lin & Bok and financial advisor PrimePartners Corporate Finance for their roles in the aborted privatisation attempt last September.

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