Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters

Top Glove, world’s biggest rubber glove maker, to reapply for Hong Kong listing after US ban over forced labour derailed previous attempt

  • Malaysian company says it will renew its application for a dual primary listing ‘as soon as practicable’
  • Originally targeting US$1.9 billion, the Malaysian firm said in June it would delay its Hong Kong stock sale after the US ban on its imported products

Topic |   Banking & Finance
Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
Workers leave a Top Glove factory after their shifts in Klang, Malaysia. Photo: Reuters
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