Menara to consider listing on Bursa or SGX after Jakarta IPO


JOHOR BARU: Indonesian group PT Menara Buana Perkasa, which plans to go public on the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSE) within the next three years, will also consider listing either in Malaysia or Singapore.

President and chief executive officer Chairul Anhar said after its listing on the JSE, the company would be looking at dual listing either on Bursa Malaysia or the Singapore Exchange.

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