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OKH recovers 20% after collapse

CFO says the company is still operating and that he doesn't see any liquidity issues at this point in time


SHARES of industrial property developer OKH Global recovered 20 per cent, or 1.4 Singapore cents, to 8.5 cents on Tuesday, a day after a spectacular collapse triggered by the forced sale of shares pledged to private banks.

Some 287 million shares worth S$24 million were

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