Cocoaland earnings growth to continue on demand recovery


KUALA LUMPUR: Cocoaland Holdings Bhd, which recorded a surge in revenue in the final quarter of 2021, is expected to continue benefitting from the normalisation in demand as international borders reopen and the economy recovers.

In its inaugural coverage of the stock, AmInvestment Bank research said the candy maker is expected to see earnings growth, especially in the export segment.

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