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KL's Top Glove logs gain on back of weak ringgit

Top Glove attributed the improved performance to cost controls and better margins arising from newer and more efficient machineries.

Kuala Lumpur

THE weak ringgit may be hurting consumers, but exporters are beginning to show gains from the limp currency. One such is glove maker Top Glove Corporation - its profit for the second quarter to end-February was nearly a third more at RM56.3 million (S$21 million) on the back

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