Far East Aluminium Holdings (FEAH) will stick to its core aluminium business for the time being, despite its takeover by Catic (HK). FEAH chairman Yang Chun-shu said asset injections from Catic were unlikely in the near future. Catic, the Hong Kong investment arm of China National Aero-Technology Import and Export, had been expected to turn FEAH into an aero-technology enterprise after acquiring control of the company in April. '[Asset] injections can't done in one or two minutes,' Mr Yang said yesterday. 'Before injections are confirmed, the company will stick to aluminium as its main business.' Shareholders yesterday approved the company being renamed Catic International Holdings.