SHAREHOLDERS of mainboard-listed Shanghai Turbo Enterprises have refused to accept the company’s latest annual audited financial statements, at an annual general meeting on Tuesday.

SHANGHAI Turbo Enterprises has received a second notice of nomination for directors, the mainboard-listed precision manufacturer said on Thursday evening. 

LIAN Beng turned in 55.3 per cent lower profit of S$3.6 million for the quarter ended February as it was hit by higher cost of sales and a S$3.1 million loss from its associates and joint ventures...

SHANGHAI Turbo Enterprises narrowed its full-year 2018 net loss to 14 million yuan (S$2.8 million) from a restated year-ago loss of 158.1 million yuan as it managed to collect doubtful trade...

SHANGHAI Turbo Enterprises narrowed its full-year 2018 net loss to 14 million yuan (S$2.8 million) from a restated year-ago loss of 158.1 million yuan as it managed to collect doubtful trade...

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Thursday:

THE challenge for board control at Shanghai Turbo Enterprises has been beaten off.

THE challenge for board control at Shanghai Turbo Enterprises has been beaten off.

SHANGHAI Turbo Enterprises will be postponing an extraordinary general meeting (EGM), having gotten the go-ahead from the requisitioning shareholders, the board said on Monday.

SHANGHAI Turbo Enterprises has appointed four new independent directors to faciliate the renewal of the board to provide a fresh perspective, it said in a filing with the Singapore Exchange.