China Sunsine Chemical Holdings

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China Sunsine Chemical Holdings

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2 cash rich small-cap manufacturing firms poised to survive the Covid-19 crisis: CGS-CIMB

SINGAPORE (Apr 6): Companies are expected to see immense pressure of their cash flows, as business grinds to a halt amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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China Sunsine poised to ride market consolidation, says KGI

SINGAPORE (Oct 16): China Sunsine Chemical Holdings, the largest rubber chemical producer in China, is set to benefit from long-term market consolidation, according to KGI Securities Research.


US picks new fight with EU, global recession feared

SINGAPORE (Oct 7): The bleak economic outlook could be realised sooner rather than later as negative factors emerge.

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China Sunsine gets SGX approval for proposed share split

SINGAPORE (Oct 2): China Sunsine Chemical Holdings, the producer of speciality rubber chemicals and rubber accelerators, has received in-principle approval from the Singapore Exchange (SG

Insider moves

Bumitama’s chairman acquires shares, China Sunsine continues with buybacks

(Sept 16): The executive chairman and CEO of Bumitama Agri, a leading producer of palm oil and palm kernel, recently acquired 400,000 shares in the company.


Venture, Hi-P and ThaiBev win on earnings growth, share price gain and ROE respectively

SINGAPORE (Sept 16): For all the competition from low-labour-cost locations, manufacturing remains a key pillar of Singapore’s economy.


China Sunsine reports 35% drop in 2Q earnings to $30.6 mil on lower ASP

SINGAPORE (Aug 6): China Sunsine Chemical Holdings, the specialty rubber chemicals producer, reported 2Q19 earnings of RMB155.8 million ($30.6 million), down 35% from RMB239.7 million a year ago in

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Global Portfolio outperforms MSCI index and has positive absolute returns

SINGAPORE (May 20): The tide appears to have shifted once again for global stock markets.


China Sunsine's 1Q earnings fall 26% to $22.3 mil in tandem with lower raw material prices

SINGAPORE (April 29): China Sunsine Chemical Holdings announced a 26% y-o-y decrease in 1Q earnings to RMB110.2 million ($22.3 million) from RMB149.5 million a year ago, due to lower revenue as a r

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