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2020-02-24: Sale Intention

PRIMEINSUR: Fareast Islami Life Insurance Company Limited, one of the Corporate Director of Prime Insurance Company Limited, has reported its intention to sell 24,45,000 shares out of its total holding of 37,54,006 shares of the Company at prevailing market price (in the Block Market) through Stock Exchange (DSE) within next 30 working days.

2020-02-24: Today's Trade

CSE NEWS: Today's (24 February 2020) Total Trades: 8,698, Volume: 9,827,259 and Turnover: Tk. 259.84 million.

2020-02-24: Record Date tomorrow (25.02.2020)

RAKCERAMIC: Trading of the shares of R.A.K. Ceramic (BD) Ltd. will remain suspended on its record date i.e., 25.02.2020. Trading of the shares of the Company will resume on 26.02.2020.

2020-02-24: Transfer of shares outside the Trading System of the Exchange

ENVOYTEX: Dhaka Stock Exchange Limited (DSE) has accorded its consent to transfer total 1,62,79,300 shares of Envoy Textiles Limited of Dornick Apparels Ltd. (1,29,24,606 shares) and Supreme Apparels Ltd. (33,54,694 shares), where both are Sponsors of Envoy Textiles Limited (the transferors) to Kutubuddin Ahmed (81,39,650 shares) and Abdus Salam Murshedy (81,39,650 shares), where both are Directors of Envoy Textiles Limited outside the trading system of the exchange (the transferees) as per High Court Order, within 30 working days from the date of issuance of approval letter by DSE, under Regulation-47 of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (Listing) Regulations, 2015.

2020-02-24: Credit Rating

SALVOCHEM: Credit Rating Information and Services Limited (CRISL) has rated Salvo Chemical Industry Ltd. as ''BBB'' in the long term and ''ST-3'' in the short term along with a stable outlook in consideration of its audited financials up to June 30, 2019, unaudited financials up to December 31, 2019 and other relevant quantitative as well as qualitative information up to the date of rating declaration.

2020-02-24: Cont16-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont16):PLICL has invested BDT 6,965,061 beyond the aforementioned provision because PLICL prudently thinks that said investment would be profitable in future; and k) In note 18 of the financial statements, PLICL disclosed that PLICL recognizes outstanding premium as revenue according to IFRS 9. Outstanding premium as at December 31, 2018 has been collected subsequently. Note 18 -Outstanding premium: Balance of Outstanding premium as on 31-12-2018 was Taka 76,669,720 and as on 31-12-2017 was Taka 91,482,560.''(end)

2020-02-24: Cont15-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont15):Book value of Investment in listed shares was Taka 72,437,744.21 and Market value (quoted price) of Investment in listed shares was Taka 56,816,031.00. According to Rule 10A(1)(e)(i) of the Insurance Rules, 1958, investment of balance assets in any other investment including capital market shall be made in ordinary shares of such company, where dividends of not less than 10% including bonus have been paid on such shares for the past three years immediately preceding the date of investment or for at least four out of past seven years immediately preceding the date of investment. During the year 2018,(cont16)

2020-02-24: Cont14-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont14):According to Rule 10A(1)(e)(i) of the Insurance Rules, 1958, investment of balance assets in any other investment including capital market shall be made in ordinary shares of such company, where dividends of not less than 10% including bonus have been paid on such shares for the past three years immediately preceding the date of investment or for at least four out of past seven years immediately preceding the date of investment. During the year 2018, PLICL has invested BDT 6,965,061 beyond the aforementioned provision because PLICL prudently thinks that said investment would be profitable in future; Note 14.4.2 - Investment in listed shares (as at 31st December 2018):(cont15)

2020-02-24: Cont13-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont13):i) As legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. Due to this reason, PLICL could not provide the financial statements and auditor's certified copy on details of deposited money and assets of the "Life Insurance Fund" within 6 months from the end of year 2017 to the authority in accordance with Section 32 and Section 26(3) respectively of the Insurance Act, 2010, which disclosed in note 4.10 to the financial statements; j) In note 14.4.2 of the financial statements, PLICL stated the reason for not following the rule mentioned in the Insurance Rules, 1958, rule 10A(1)(e)(i). (cont14)

2020-02-24: Cont12-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont12):Note 4.09 - Actuarial Valuation and Investigation: The Company does not make actuarial valuation and investigate its financial status of the life insurance business by an actuary according to the regulatory procedure and in a prescribed manner for the year 2016 and 2017 in accordance with Section 30 of the insurance Act, 2010. Because, legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh on the name of the Company's affairs which are yet to resolve. On October 02, 2019 the Company has been appointed Dr. Mohammad Sohrab Uddin, Ph.D, AlA, Consulting Actuary, to Complete Actuarial valuation of the policy liabilities as at 31 December 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively.(cont13)

2020-02-24: Cont11-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont11):h) As disclosed in note 4.09 to the financial statements, PLICL does not make actuarial valuation and investigate its financial status of the life insurance business by an actuary according to the regulatory procedure and in a prescribed manner for the years 2016 and 2017 in accordance with Section 30 of the Insurance Act, 2010, because, legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. On October 02, 2019 PLICL has appointed Dr. Mohammad Sohrab Uddin, Ph.D, AlA, Consulting Actuary, to Complete Actuarial valuation of the policy liabilities as at 31 December 2016, 2017 and 2018 respectively;(cont12)

2020-02-24: Cont10-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont10):Due to this reason, PLICL could not hold any general meeting as its annual general meeting since 2013 in accordance with Section 81 of the Companies Act, 1994. With the approval of the Court, PLICL has held its 14th, 15th and 16th AGMs for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 respectively on 12 September 2019; g) As disclosed in note 4.08 to the financial statements that, a legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. So that, PLICL has not filed Schedule-X: "annual list of members and summary" to the Registrar in each year since 2013 according to Section 36 of the Companies Act, 1994; (cont11)

2020-02-24: Cont9-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont9):Annual Financial Statements of PLICL could be not audited within 120 days from the date on which its financial year ends and a copy of such Audited Financial Statements could not be submitted to the Commission and the Stock Exchange within 14 days according to Regulation 18 of Dhaka Stock Exchange (Listing) Regulations, 2015; f) According to note 4.07 of the financial statements, legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved.(cont10)

2020-02-24: Cont8-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont8):in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. Due to this reason, PLICL could not submit "Quarterly Financial Statements" to the Exchange and the Commission in accordance with the Regulation 17 of Dhaka Stock Exchange (Listing) Regulations, 2015. PLICL has submitted its all un-audited Quarterly Financial Statements up to the 1st Quarter of 2018 to the BSEC on 25 July 2018; e) As disclosed in note 4.06 to the financial statements that, a legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. Due to this reason,(cont9)

2020-02-24: Cont7-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont7):But PLICL is in process to file the income tax returns for the AY 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19; Note 3.13.1(b) - Current Tax: A legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh on the name of the Company's affairs which are yet to be resolved. Due to this reason, the Company does not file any return of income for any of the assessment years after the assessment year (AY) 2014-15. But the Company is in process to file the Income Tax returns for the AY 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. d) According to note 4.05 of the financial statements, a legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh(cont8)

2020-02-24: Cont6-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont6):there is a high possibility to recover the whole amount of BDT 10,000,000 from the People's Leasing and Financial Service; Note 19.01 - Fixed deposits with banks: Balance of Fixed deposits with People's Leasing and Financial Service as on 31-12-2018 was Taka 10,000,000 and as on 31-12-2017 was Taka 15,000,000. c) In note 3.13.1(b) of the financial statements which describes, a legal proceeding is running in the Honorable High Court division of Supreme Court of Bangladesh in the name of PLICL's affairs which are yet to be resolved. Due to this reason, PLICL has not filed any return of income for any of the assessment years after the assessment year (AY) 2013-14.(cont7)

2020-02-24: Cont5-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont5):Chattogram vide case no. 62/12; Annexure A of note 14: Balance of Written Down Value of the flat in Chattogram, address # Zahura Tower, 1401 Sheikh Muiib Road, Agrabad C/A, Chattogram as on 31-12-2018 was Taka 34,707,416 and as on 31-12-2017 was Taka 34,707,416. b) As disclosed in note 19.01 to the financial statements that, PLICL has an investment amount in BDT 10,000,000 in People's Leasing and Financial Service as at December 31, 2018. It has come to PLICL's knowledge that, the Honorable High Court has directed Bangladesh Bank to appoint a liquidator to liquidate the People's Leasing and Financial Service. PLICL has communicated with the liquidator and confirmed that, (cont6)

2020-02-24: Cont4-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont4):PLICL has declared and approved 10% dividend (i.e. 5% stock and 5% cash) for the year 2015 amounting to BDT 12,865,776 to its shareholders. But PLICL did not recognize this approved dividend in the financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2017 as per para 14 of IAS 37. Emphasis of Matter: Without further modifying our opinion we draw attention to following notes to the financial statements: a) In Annexure A of note 14 of the financial statements, management has disclosed that, the flat in Chattogram, address # Zahura Tower, 1401 Sheikh Muiib Road, Agrabad C/A, Chattogram purchased at a price of Tk. 34,689,801 for which legal proceeding about ownership is under process in the Joint 2nd District Judge,(cont5)

2020-02-24: Cont3-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont3):cannot be ascertained; 4. Petty cash balance of BDT 5,796,247 from 25 closed service cells have been shown in the consolidated petty cash balance of BDT 31,040,344. As per management of PLICL, the above mentioned 25 service cells have been closed between 2011 to 2017 and these petty cash balances of BDT 5,796,247 are lying with the respective agents of closed service cells, which they are trying to recover. According to IAS 37, para 14, no provision has been maintained against BDT 5,796,247 in the audited financial statements; and 5. According to the 153th Board meeting, dated July 25, 2019 and 16th AGM, dated September 12, 2019, (cont4)

2020-02-24: Cont2-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont2):from allowable limit mentioned in Section 62 of the Insurance Act, 2010 and Rule 39 of The Insurance Rules, 1958; 3. Proper source documents substantiating the acquisition of certain disposed items of property, plant, and equipment, i.e. 6 (six) Cars, 12 (twelve) Air Conditions and computer accessories sold at BDT 23,21,633, BDT 1,05,000 and BDT 29,000 respectively were not found. No disposal adjustment has been made on the fixed assets schedule (note 20) at the time of de-recognition of such assets. As a result, actual gain/loss arising from the de-recognition of above mentioned assets and carrying amount of Property, Plant and Equipment as at December 31, 2018 (cont3)

2020-02-24: Cont1-Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF(cont1): If Galaxy Capital Ltd. had been consolidated, elements in the accompanying financial statements would have been materially affected. In its Emergency Board Meeting no. 148, dated January 24, 2019, the board of PLICL has decided to withdraw its investment of BDT 30,855,000 from Galaxy Capital Ltd. Subsequently in 2019, PLICL has collected its entire investment of BDT 30,855,000 from Galaxy Capital Ltd.; Note 14.03 - Investment in equity shares of the companies: Balance of Investment in 51% of Galaxy Capital Limited as on 31-12-18 was Taka 30,855,000 and as on 31-12-17 was Taka 36,566,810. 2. PLICL has incurred an excess of 67.43% management expenses in the year 2018 (cont2)

2020-02-24: Auditor's Opinion

PROGRESLIF: The auditor of Progressive Life Insurance Company Ltd. has given the following "Qualified Opinion & Emphasis of Matter" for the year ended on 31 December 2018: Basis for Qualified Opinion: 1. As explained in note 14.03 of the financial statements, PLICL has 51% shareholding in its subsidiary company namely Galaxy Capital Ltd. and the investment in shares of this company was BDT 30,855,000. According to IFRS 10, para 04: "Consolidated Financial Statements", the subsidiary should have been consolidated because it is controlled by PLICL. PLICL has not consolidated the financial statements of subsidiary (Galaxy Capital Ltd.) resulting in violation of that particular IFRS.(cont1)

2020-02-24: Cont2-Auditor's Opinion

FAMILYTEX(cont2): Note 8.00: Balance of Trade and Other Receivables as on 30.06.2019 was Tk. 1,458,982,389 and as on 30.06.18 was Tk. 1,449,214,708. c) As disclosed in Note no. 12.00 to the financial statements, the Company has incurred significant amount of recurring net losses consecutively for two years in a row including current year. This continuous deteriorating trend in financial performance from operating activities has also resulted in negative operating cash flows over the same period. Note 12.00: Balance of Retained Earnings as on 30.06.2019 was Tk. 577,201,686 and as on 30.06.18 was Tk. 773,952,382.''(end)

2020-02-24: Cont1-Auditor's Opinion

FAMILYTEX(cont1): Note 7.00: Balance of Inventories as on 30.06.2019 was Tk. 1,338,289,483 and as on 30.06.18 was Tk. 1,210,145,326. b) As reported in Note no. 8.00 in the financial statements, trade and other receivables balances stood at Tk. 1,458,982,389 as on 30 June 2019. Since these balances of outstanding trade receivables were all created against export letter of credit (LC) issued from banks, the management of the Company considered all such balances as secured and good for realization. Hence, no provision for doubtful or bad debts was required to be recognized in the financial statements.(cont2)

2020-02-24: Auditor's Opinion

FAMILYTEX: The auditor of Familytex (BD) Limited has given the following Emphasis of Matter in the audit report of the Company for the year ended on December 31, 2019. ''Emphasis of Matter: Without qualifying our opinion, we would like to draw attention on the following matters as disclosed in the financial statements: a) As referred in Note no. 7.00 to the financial statements, Inventories were carried at Tk. 1,338,289,483 at the reporting date. Inventory valuation along with physical verification was performed at the reporting date by management of the Company by taking into account of obsolete and damaged items.(cont1)

2020-02-24: Change of Record Date for AGM

IPDC: IPDC Finance Ltd. has further informed that the Record Date for the 38th AGM of the Company will be on 15 March 2020 instead of 11 March 2020. Other information of the AGM will remain unchanged.

2020-02-24: Cont-CSE-50 Revised List

CSE NEWS(cont): SOCIAL ISLAMI BANK LIMITED, BSRM STEELS LTD, MERCANTILE BANK LIMITED, UTTARA BANK LIMITED, BANK ASIA LIMITED, NATIONAL CREDIT & COMMERC BANK LTD., DHAKA BANK LIMITED, UNIQUE HOTEL & RESORTS LTD., KHULNA POWER COMPANY LTD., GPH ISPAT LTD.,IFIC BANK LTD., SHAHJALAL ISLAMI BANK LTD., UNITED POWER GENERATION & DISTRIBUTION CO. LTD., BANGLADESH STEEL RE-ROLLING MILLS LTD., BANGLADESH SUBMARINE CABLE CO. LTD., BBS CABLES LIMITED, IFAD AUTOS LIMITED, SINGER BANGLADESH LIMITED, THE PREMIER BANK LIMITED, MEGHNA PETROLEUM LIMITED, JAMUNA BANK LIMITED, BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO BANGLADESH COMPANY LTD., THE ACME LABORATORIES LTD., BEACON PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. and FIRST SECURITY ISLAMI BANK LTD.(end)

2020-02-24: CSE-50 Revised List

CSE NEWS: The revised list of the Companies included in CSE50 Index (will be effective from 01 March 2020) is as follows: SQUARE PHARMAEUTICALS LIMITED, GRAMEENPHONE LIMITED, BEXIMCO PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED, BRAC BANK LTD, ISLAMI BANK BANGLADESH LIMITED, OLYMPIC INDUSTRIES LIMITED, LAFARGEHOLCIM BANGLADESH LIMITED, THE CITY BANK LTD., BEXIMCO LTD., NATIONAL BANK LTD., PUBALI BANK LTD., UNITED COMMERCIAL BANK LTD., EASTERN BANK LIMITED, SUMMIT POWER LTD., PRIME BANK LIMITED, TITAS GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LTD, LANKABANGLA FINANCE LTD., AL-ARAFAH ISLAMI BANK LTD,ONE BANK LIMITED, ACI LTD, MJL BANGLADESH LTD., SOUTHEAST BANK LIMITED, EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF BD. LTD.,PADMA OIL COMPANY LIMITED, JAMUNA OIL COMPANY LIMITED, (cont)

2020-02-24: CB Free

IPDC: Please note that there will be no price limit today 24 February 2020 on the trading of shares of the Company following its corporate disclosures.

2020-02-24: Cont2-Recommendation of Dividend

IPDC(cont2): c) The proposed dividend declared for the year 2019 is 530,130,782 (Stock and Cash). The balance outstanding for Retained Earnings as on 31 December 2019 amounted to BDT 667,064,110 which is sufficient to cover the dividend payment for the year. Thus, no distribution out of share premium or any other reserve (such as share premium or revaluation reserve) is required and the post dividend retained earnings will remain positive.(end)

2020-02-24: Cont1-Recommendation of Dividend

IPDC(cont1): As a result, the Board believes it is prudent to conserve capital in order to found future business expansion. Thus, the Board has proposed to declare 5% stock dividend for the year 2019, b) The proposed dividend declared for the year 2019 is 530,130,782 (Stock and Cash). The balance outstanding for Retained Earnings as on 31 December 2019 amounted to BDT 667,064,110 which is sufficient to cover the dividend payment for the year. Thus, no distribution out of share premium or any other reserve (such as share premium or revaluation reserve) is required, (cont2)

2020-02-24: Recommendation of Dividend

IPDC: The Board of Directors has recommended 10% cash and 5% stock dividend for the year ended on December 31, 2019. Date of AGM: 31.03.2020, Time: 9:30 AM, Venue: to be notified later. Record date: 11.03.2020. The Company has reported EPS of Tk. 1.82, NAV per share of Tk. 15.78 and NOCFPS of Tk. 12.33 for the year ended on December 31, 2019 as against Tk. 1.59, Tk. 10.62 and Tk. (2.37) respectively for the same period of the previous year. The Company also informed that a) IPDC Finance has been achieving strong balance sheet growth where Loans, Advances and Leases has increased by 77%, 29% and 14% in the year 2017,2018 and 2019 respectively. IPDC plans to continue similar growth momentum in the future.(cont1)

2020-02-24: Sale Confirmation

AIL: Mr. Md. Azimul Islam, one of the Directors of Alif Industries Limited, has further reported that he has completed his sale of 58,919 shares of the Company at prevailing market price through Stock Exchange as announced earlier as per declaration disseminated on 13.02.2020.

2020-02-24: Cont-Issuance of 3rd Subordinated Bond

DUTCHBANGL(cont):Nature of the instrument: Unsecured, Non-Convertible, Subordinated Bond, Mode of Placement: Private Placement, Tenure: 7 years. The Board has also decided that any subsequent changes in the features of the Bond, if deemed necessary by the bank or required by regulatory authorities, shall be placed for approval of the Board of Directors of the Bank. (end)

2020-02-24: Issuance of 3rd Subordinated Bond

DUTCHBANGL: Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd. has informed that the Board of Directors of the Company, among others, has approved the issuance of 3rd Subordinated Bond, subject to the approval of the BSEC and Bangladesh Bank. Some features of the Bond are: Issuer: Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL), Issue Size: Tk. 5,000.00 million. Objective: Increasing the Tier 2 Capital to meet the capital requirement under Basel III and to strengthen the regulatory capital base of the Bank, (cont)

2020-02-24: Board Meeting

WMSHIPYARD: Western Marine Shipyard Limited has informed that the Board Meeting of the Company will be held on February 29, 2020 at 3:00 PM to consider, among others, un-audited financial statements of the Company for the Second Quarter (Q2) period ended on December 31, 2019.

2020-02-24: Cont-Commencement of Bidding of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited

CSENEWS:(cont) in listed securities as on the end of 23rd of February, 2020 as per clause (c) of sub-rule (1) of rule 2 of the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission(Public Issue) Rules, 2015; which is in accordance with the BSEC consent letter to Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited Ref: BSEC/CI/BB-19/2018/16 dated January 29, 2020. Participating EIs will be required to pay full bid amount (100%) and bidding fee Tk. 5,000.00 (five thousand only) through IFIC Bank Limited (A/C Name: Dhaka Stock Exchange Limited, A/C No.: 1090344039042) in between 10:00 a.m. of March 02, 2020 to 2:00 p.m. of March 05, 2020 (during banking hour). Please visit the following website for bidding related updates: https://www.essbangladesh.com.(end)

2020-02-24: Commencement of Bidding of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited

CSENEWS: Commencement of Bidding of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited through Book Building Method: The bidding period for eligible investors to determine the cut-off price of shares of Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited through electronic subscription system (ESS) of the Exchanges will commence from 5:00 pm on March 02, 2020 and will continue till 5:00 pm. on March 05, 2020 (round the clock) and valuation report submission period for eligible investors through electronic subscription system (ESS) of the Exchanges will start at 10:30 am on March 08, 2020 and continue till 10:30 am on March 10, 2020 (round the clock). Each EI who intends to participate in the electronic bidding shall maintain a minimum investment of Tk. 1.00 crore only (cont)

2020-02-24: Spot Trade Continuing Today (24.02.2020)

SPOT TRADE: Please find SPOT Trade is continuing today on the trading of the shares of KAY&QUE, AZIZPIPES, MONNOCERA & RAKCERAMIC.

2020-02-24: Investor Awareness

BSEC's Message (Repeat): 1) It is not wise to invest in the capital market without having proper information, detail knowledge and experience regarding different aspects and nitty-gritty of the capital market. 2) It is to be kept in mind that the profit or loss whatever you make from investment is belong to you only. Therefore, prudent investment decision based on knowledge and fundamentals can be your real assistance. 3) Don't pay heed to rumors at the time of buying and selling of shares. Buying and selling of shares based on rumor can be harmful. Even spreading of rumor is legally prohibited. (BSEC vide its letter no. SEC/SRMIC/2010/726 dated 23 November 2010).

2020-02-24: Continue- Important news

BSEC (continue) (Repeat): In this situation, in the greater and long term interest of the growing capital market and investors, all related to Stock Exchange and market intermediaries i.e. stock broker/dealer, asset manager, merchant banker, issuer company including their officials are requested to abstain from giving opinion/comment on investment which may create enthusiasm or confusion among the investors. (end)

2020-02-24: Important news

BSEC (Repeat): It is observed that in the context of the present condition of the capital market, many small and new investors are involved which is undoubtedly encouraging. But it is a matter of concern that a portion of these investors without having proper, timely and detail knowledge and reviewing/analyzing the information of the different aspects of the capital market are being attracted in investing on the basis of rumor, hearsay and different comments from different quarters, which may make their hard earned capital risky, as a result, it will not only hamper the confidence of these investors but may also create hindrance of the continuity and firm growth of the capital market. (continue)

2020-02-24: CSE NEWS

Message: All investors are requested to make their investment decision on the basis of financial strength of the companies not on the basis of rumor.

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