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  • DiGi.Com: SHARES in the country's third largest cellular network operator fell for a third consecutive day yesterday, ending six sen lower at RM3.92 on volume of over 2.8 million units. Dealers attributed the fall to profit-taking after the stock hit an 11-month high of RM4.30 last Friday. In reply to a KLSE query, Digi.com Bhd refuted market speculation that it would merge with Telekom Malaysia Bhd

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  • Tanjong: INVESTORS are showing renewed interest in Tanjong plc shares, which hit a year's low of RM8.40 in February. Yesterday, the counter rose to a new high for the year, gaining 10 sen to RM10.50 on volume of 5.8 million shares. The gaming and power company will pay a final dividend of 28 sen, less tax, for the year to Jan 31, 2003. The shares will go ex-dividend on July 2, with payment of the dividend to be made on July 22. Tanjong is due to release its results for the first quarter to April 30 in the next few days. 

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