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Petrol One Resources Bhd - 7027(PETONE)

Petrol One Resources Bhd - 7027 (PETONE)

Petrol One Resources Bhd lists under Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. It has been classified in the Industrial Products sector. The stock code uses in Bursa Malaysia is "7027" or identify by stock name of "PETONE". More information about Petrol One Resources Bhd can be found in their website (www.changhuat.com.my).

Stock quote also available at Bursa Malaysia, The Star.
 

From Changhuat Corporation Sdn Bhd to Changhuat Corporation Berhad on conversion.
Principal activities: Investment holding. Changhuat Corporation Bhd has changed it name to Petrol One Resources Bhd on 11/01/2011.

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