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2/17/2006
 

          Uttara Finance recommends
25pc cash dividend
The board of directors of Uttara Finance Limited has recommended 25 per cent cash dividend for its shareholders for the year 2005. The annual general meeting (AGM) of the company will be held at the Ball Room of Hotel Sheraton at 10am on March 28, '06. The record date is March 8, '06.
SEC issues show-causes to cos, officials
Social Investment Bank Limited: The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued show-cause cum hearing notice to the Social Investment Bank Limited (SIBL), its directors, managing director and the company secretary for non-compliance of securities laws in connection with disbursement of dividend.
Pharmaco International, Sonali Paper: The SEC has issued show-cause cum hearing notice to Pharmaco International Ltd. and Sonali Paper and Board Mills Ltd., their directors, managing directors and company secretaries for not submitting audited financial statements of the companies for the year that ended on June 30, 2005.
Wata Chemicals: The SEC has issued show-cause cum hearing notice to the Wata Chemical Limited, its directors, managing director and company secretary for not holding annual general meeting (AGM) in the year 2005 and also failing to submit audited financial statements of the company for the year that ended on December 31, 2004.
Sonali Paper: The SEC has issued show-cause cum hearing notice to the Sonali Paper Ltd., its directors, managing director and company secretary for not holding of annual general meeting (AGM) in the year 2005.
Spot market trading
The spot market trading of Keya Cosmetics Limited will be allowed Sunday (February 19) and trading of the shares will remain suspended on February 20-23, 2006 for finalisation of Demat process.
Bangla Process earns Tk 0.19m net profit
As per unaudited half yearly accounts as on December 31, '05, the Bangla Process Limited earned a net profit of Tk 0.19 million. The earning per share (EPS) of the company stood at Tk 2.42.
Miracle Inds Tk 16.40m net profit
As per unaudited half-yearly accounts as on December 31, '05, the Miracle Industries Limited earned a net profit of Tk 16.40 million. The earning per share of the company stood at Tk 0.91.
Modern Cement incurs Tk 0.16m net loss
As per unaudited half yearly accounts as on December 31, '05, Modern Cement Limited incurred a net loss of Tk 0.16 million. The loss per share (LPS) of the company stood at Tk 0.09.
Debenture Transfer Register to remain closed
The Debenture Transfer Register of Aramit Cement Limited will remain closed from February 25, '06 to February 28, '06 for payment of interest for the period from September 1, '05 to February 28, '06 as well as repayment of 10th semi-annual instalment of principal amount (at par).
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