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Starburst taps new acquisition for growth; aims to secure more maintenance work

Chan Chao Peh
Chan Chao Peh9/18/2017 08:00 AM GMT+08  • 9 min read
Starburst taps new acquisition for growth; aims to secure more maintenance work
(Sept 18): Jonathan Yap, managing director of Starburst Holdings, is not allowed to publicise the work he has done for some key clients in defence and security.
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(Sept 18): Jonathan Yap, managing director of Starburst Holdings, is not allowed to publicise the work he has done for some key clients in defence and security.

He laments that his company’s website, relative to those of other foreign defence contractors’, looks bare. Starburst is allowed to make only vague references to the shooting ranges, mock-ups and other security training facilities it has built for unnamed clients from Southeast Asia or the Middle East.

What Yap can say is that Starburst is in a good position to capture new contracts up for grabs soon. And when it does so, its stock may return to its previous heights.

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