Kulim's shares fall after failed NBOL takeover

KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Kulim (M) Bhd fell on Thursday, hitting a low of RM3.46 after it failed in its takeover of New Britain Palm Oil Ltd (NBPOL).

At 3.24pm, Kulim was down four sen to RM3.46. Turnover was 120,200 shares done at prices ranging from RM3.46 to RM3.51.

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