Some of the good stock are beaten up blue and black...in US they talk about Bull and Bear, in Singapore we Khaw Bear Khaw Bull.
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CoscoCorp @ The principal activities of the Company are those of investment holding. The Group owns and operates ships. Its shipping-related businesses provide supporting services to the Cosco group, such as shipping agency services, ship repairs and container depots. The Group owns and develops property and engage in general trading.
Genting International @ The principal activities/core business of Genting International are: • Development and/or acquisitions of integrated resorts
• Casino operations
• International sales and marketing services
• IT application related services
Genting International is focused on and committed to grow its business globally through strategic acquisitions, investments and collaborations. The Group has casino properties under the brands of the Stanley Leisure group of casinos and Maxims and is developing Resorts World at Sentosa, Singapore’s integrated resort in Sentosa Island.
Yangzijiang @ The Group produces commercial vessels, including mini bulk carriers, bulk carriers, multi-purpose cargo vessels, containerships, chemical tankers, offshore supply vessels, rescue and salvage vessels and lifting vessels.
The Group’s existing shipyard, which is located in Jiangyin city in the Jiangsu province of China, spans approximately 719m of deep-water coastline and covers an area of approximately 200,000 sq m (excluding the coastal area).
The Group also has a new shipyard currently under construction, which is located within the Jiangyin Economic Development District in Jingjiang city in the Jiangsu province of China, on the northern bank of the Yangtze River upstream from the Jiangyin Changjiang Bridge. Upon completion, the new shipyard will have access to approximately 1,200m of deep-water coastlines suitable for the construction and mooring of vessels of up to 300,000 DWT and will cover an area of approximately 793,000 sq m. In addition, it will be equipped with a dry dock that will be approximately 440m long and 96m wide. Upon completion, the dry dock will be able to accommodate two 100,000 DWT vessels.