Ekran shares will resume trading on the Malaysian stock exchange today, the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange said yesterday. Shares of the construction and timber company were last traded on March 30 at M$1.18. On Wednesday, Ekran said it planned to restructure its businesses, which would usher in a new investor. The move came after Ekran, controlled by Ting Pek Khiing, lost money from its biggest project, Malaysia's abandoned Bakun Dam project, an Ekran official said. Ekran said on Monday it swung to a revised $405.3 million (about HK$848.86 million) loss for the year ended June 30, after making a one-time provision for losses at its property unit and for costs incurred on the Bakun Dam project.