SINGAPORE (Aug 13): Logistics management company Chasen Holdings is mulling a separate listing of at least one of its subsidiaries in a bid to improve value for shareholders. Despite a recent improvement in earnings, Chasen shares are trading at a price-to-earnings ratio of just over five times. Chasen is also trading at just 0.4 times its book value of 18.3 cents.

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