ALR shareholders not entitled to dividends

KUALA LUMPUR: Amanat Lebuhraya Rakyat Bhd's (ALR) shareholders will not be entitled to dividends, and thus, would be able to accelerate the full repayment of debt financing and return the highway concessions to the government in a timely manner, according to a statement from ALR.

The company pointed out that its shareholders do not require any equity return, and there would be no need to prolong the highways' concession period once all of ALR's debts have been fully repaid.

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