SINGAPORE (Mar 5): Sembcorp Marine saw its earnings collapse in 2017, but this might not be the time for investors to run for cover. In fact, even after a sharp pullback this past week, its share price is up 13% since the beginning of this year, and some analysts say it could rise even further. Meanwhile, Sembcorp Industries has dismissed talk in the market that it is close to either divesting the offshore and marine company or taking it private.

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