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Singapore: Darco Water consolidation; Hi-P International China JV

18 Jun 2017 - DealStreetAsia
Darco Water Technologies has consolidated its position in the Greater China market while Hi-P International has formed a China JV. Darco Water Technologies is disposing its 60 per cent stake in subsidiary Darco Youli to Hsu Chin-Kou and Kokuto Kaku for a cash consideration of S$2.7 million. Darco Youli ...
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Hi-P International back in the black for Q4 with S$28.5m profit

23 Feb 2017 - Business Times Breaking News
MAINBOARD-LISTED Hi-P International swung into the black for its fourth quarter. Net profit was S$28.5 million, a reversal from a net loss of S$48.0 million in the preceding year, the group said in a Singapore Exchange filing on Thursday evening.

Who Might Benefit From Singapore's Strong Manufacturing Output In September?

27 Oct 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Yesterday, the Economic Development Board (EDB) released its manufacturing output data for Singapore. Turns out, there was a solid 6.7% increase in local manufacturing output in September this year compared to the year before. Let’s take a look at which manufacturing areas were strong and which were ...
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This Contract Manufacturer Has Been Buying Back Its Own Shares

28 Sep 2016 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Every now and then, I like to keep track of companies which have been buying back their own shares. That’s because share buybacks may be a sign that a company’s stock is undervalued. Peter Lynch, the legendary manager of the U.S.-based Fidelity Magellan Fund, also included buybacks as one of the criteria ...

Hi-P International, Rompa ink HK$500 JV deal

25 Jan 2016 - Singapore Business Review
It will deal with consumer electronics packaging. Hi-P International announced that its subsidiary, Hi-P Holdings, has clinched a joint venture deal with Rompa (Hong Kong) Limited to undertake the business of providing packaging solutions to the consumer electronics industry. According to Hi-P International’s ...

Here’s How You Can Be A Part Of Xiaomi’s Growth Story

24 Nov 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
I recently bought a new Xiaomi smartphone and I have to say, I am impressed. And it seems I am not the only one. Xiaomi Inc is a new smartphone brand owner and manufacturer that just opened shop four years ago in 2010. And within a few short years, Xiaomi is now the fifth largest global smartphone manufacturer ...

Hi-P to seize market share from Kindle with dual-screen YotaPhone 2

20 Nov 2014 - Singapore Business Review
The company is poised for a turnaround. At the APEC meeting in Beijing, Russian President Vladimir Putin gave his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping a dual-screen YotaPhone 2, hinting a potential future cooperation on this device, which will be officially launched in Russia and Europe in December, then in ...

3 Companies That May Benefit from the New iPhone 6 and Apple Watch

19 Sep 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
Last week, Apple Inc.,showed the world its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It also unveiled the Apple Watch, marking the firm’s first foray into wearable devices. Since Singapore will be one of the first countries to launch the iPhone 6 today, let’s take a brief look at three companies listed in Singapore ...
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Singapore’s Growth Slows: How Did the Manufacturing, Construction, and Wholesale & Retail Industries Do?

15 Aug 2014 - The Motley Fool Singapore
On 12 August 2014, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) released Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth figures for the quarter. Most sectors in Singapore saw a slowdown in growth compared to the last quarter. In fact, the entre Singapore economy had seen its growth rate slow to 2.4% in the second quarter ...
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Three Shares That Lost To The Market Today

29 Oct 2013 - The Motley Fool Singapore
The Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) remained essentially flat today at 3,209. Singapore’s favourite stock market barometer is comprised of 30 of our nation’s largest publicly-listed companies. Out of those, 13 shares had ended the day with gains while the same number – 13 – made losses. Let’s take a ...
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