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Change +0.020 (+0.83%)
Volume 647.6
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SPH set on digitising core media business

05 Dec 2018 09:00

Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) is focused on digitising its core media business while seeking cash-yielding property investments in defensive sectors, said chief executive Ng Yat Chung at the group's annual general meeting yesterday.

He told around 440 investors at SPH News Centre: "You cannot cost-cut your way to prosperity."

He also discussed the thinking behind the firm's recent acquisitions.

One shareholder was concerned that SPH might be "late to the game" with its $321 million purchase of student accommodation buildings in Britain in September.

Mr Ng said the deal followed long deliberation: "We knew that Brexit was coming and we wanted to find a sector that ... would still be viable, likely to grow after Brexit.


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Source: Straits Times
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