Electronics component manufacturer Stars Microelectronics (Thailand) Plc aims to float on the Stock Exchange of Thailand next month to serving the rebound in global electronics industry. The Thai-owned firm, which supplies keypads to leading brands such as Blackberry and Google T-Mobile, expects its net profit to rise by 15% this year on revenues exceeding Bt12b. (Bangkok Post)
Keypad maker to enter SET next month
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