Rumors that King Power has completed the deal to buy AAV stock from Tassapon group for Bt4.15/share, which is double book value. They are not buying over 25% to avoid a tender offer. (Kao Hoon, 25/04/16)
Comment: Another rumour re AAV, I don’t quite see why King Power would do this transaction.
Regulator to sue BBL for payment — The broadcasting regulator will sue Bangkok Bank (BBL), the guarantor of cash-strapped Thai TV Co, after the bank failed to show up and pay 1.78 billion baht on behalf of the digital TV operator on April 18. (Bangkok Post, 25/4/16)
Comment: Then in theory JAS should be sued as well. This lawsuit could take decades to be sorted out.
CHO board approved a dividend of Bt0.0308/share. This will be both cash (Bt0.0058/share) and stock (10 old shares to 1 dividend). It plans to change its company name. It targets 2016 revenue growth of no less than 5-10% from last year. It has backlog of Bt650mn. (Thun Hoon, 25/04/16)
CPF targets average sales growth of 10% for the next five years. It expects sales to reach Bt700-800bn in 2020. It plans to expand its debenture to Bt100bn from Bt80bn. It plans to acquire a business in Brazil. (Kao Hoon, 25/04/16)
Comment: That would be quite the achievement, growing revenues by 40% over 4 years for such a large co, several acquisitions would have to happen
DTAC will not bid for 900 MHz. It reported net profit in 1Q16 of Bt1.3bn, down 45% due to fall in EBITDA, higher depreciation and costs. (Kao Hoon, 25/04/16)
Comment: So how much would you pay for their market share?
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