i-Cable said it planned to raise as much as HK$660 million (US$84.1 million) by selling new shares and long-term convertible bonds. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong’s troubled pay TV operator i-Cable sees shares plunge as it gives rejected funding plan a second go

  • The stock slumped 7.8 per cent to 10.6 Hong Kong cents at Monday’s close, the steepest decline since November 12
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i-Cable said it planned to raise as much as HK$660 million (US$84.1 million) by selling new shares and long-term convertible bonds. Photo: Shutterstock
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