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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.

Latest News

 
Petrol One eyes exit of PN17 status - The Sun Daily

Petrol One eyes exit of PN17 status
The Sun Daily
PETALING JAYA: Financially troubled Petrol One Resources Bhd, which hopes to secure Bursa Malaysia Bhd's approval for its financial regularisation exercise by the end of the first quarter of 2015, expects to complete the exercise by June next year and ...

KPMG qualifies Petrol One's accounts - The Sun Daily

KPMG qualifies Petrol One's accounts
The Sun Daily
PETALING JAYA (Oct 30, 2013): KPMG has qualified Petrol One Resources Bhd's audited financial statements for financial year ended June 30, 2013 (FY13), as the group's external auditor has not been able to obtain sufficient evidence to provide a basis ...

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Petrol One appoints special auditor - The Star Online

Petrol One appoints special auditor
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Petrol One Resources Bhd (PetOne) has appointed Moore Stephens Associates PLT to undertake a special audit in view of a disclaimer of opinion expressed by external auditors KPMG on the company's financial statements for year ended ...

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KPMG's disclaimer opinion on Petrol One financial statements - The Star Online

KPMG's disclaimer opinion on Petrol One financial statements
The Star Online
PETALING JAYA: Practice Note 17 (PN17) company Petrol One Resources Bhd's external auditors have expressed a disclaimer opinion on the audited financial statements for the financial year ended June 30. “We were not able to obtain sufficient ...

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Bursa classifies 21 companies in financial distress - The Malaysian Insider

Bursa classifies 21 companies in financial distress
The Malaysian Insider
The 21 companies that has fallen under PN17 comprise AHB Holdings Bhd Asia Knight Bhd, Biosis Group Bhd, China Stationary Ltd, Haisan Resources Bhd, HB Global Ltd, Integrated Rubber Corp Bhd, IRM Group Bhd, Kejuruteraan Samudra Timur Bhd, LFE Corp Bhd ...

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Bursa reprimands and fines dealer's reps - The Star Online

Bursa reprimands and fines dealer's reps
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has publicly reprimanded, fined and suspended two dealer's representatives for engaging in manipulative/false dealing activities in the securities of bunkering and storage firm Petrol One Resources Bhd ...

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Bursa highlights for Wed, Dec 2 - The Star Online

Bursa highlights for Wed, Dec 2
The Star Online
Marine vessel provider Petrol One Resources Bhd has decided to do a special audit in view of its external auditors KPMG not expressing any audit opinion on its annual financial statements. Read more. Industrial packaging and property-based Scientex Bhd ...

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Cars are more expensive than houses? - The Star Online

The Star Online

Cars are more expensive than houses?
The Star Online
In one of my previous articles, I highlighted that Malaysia was ranked second in the world where owning a car is expensive. But what many do not know is by ... These include petrol, parking, toll charges, maintenance, and repair costs. Then, there is ...

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World's wealthiest stymied as swooning markets erase 2015 gains - The Star Online

The Star Online

World's wealthiest stymied as swooning markets erase 2015 gains
The Star Online
The 31 metals, mining and energy billionaires on the index were hit hard as a collapse in prices for oil copper, iron ore and other natural resources shaved US$32bil from their fortunes. Australia's richest person, Gina Rinehart, lost more than a ...

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The greening of Asia - The Star Online

The Star Online

The greening of Asia
The Star Online
Urbanisation and higher income account for the bulk of the increase in carbon emission, because most cities generate higher income with larger consumption of energy and resources. As going forward ... Currently only one in four has a car. China and ...

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