Performance as at 13 Nov 2019
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*Special Dividend of 9.5 sen per share less Income Tax of 25% for the financial year ended 31 May 2013 is deducted from NAV and share price as at 17th September 2013.  

NOTE: % change and Total Returns are calculated based on the announced figures plus the dividend paid.

The performance of icapital.biz Berhad for the period 19 Oct 2005 to 31 Dec 2016 has been independently verified. The performance for the period 1 Jan 2017 to 13 Nov 2019 is believed to be reliable, but has not been independently verified. Past performance and any forecast are not necessarily indicative of future or likely performance.

 

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First, it was the signing of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act into law. As if angering China was not enough, this week, the US Congress passed the Uighur human rights bill, requiring the president to sanction Chinese government officials responsible for supposed human rights abuses against the Uighurs in Xinjiang. With the US lawmakers acting as human rights champion and bashing China in whatever way they can, any chance of improving US-China relations is fast disappearing before it can even begin. Judging by how things are developing, the US is forcing her relations with China to morph into a new Cold War. The US appears to be using the same strategies that she used against the Soviet Union after World War II.

Like the many proxy wars fought between the US and the Soviet Union from the 1950s to the 1980s, US and China are not expected to engage in any direct combat. However, the US is expected to unilaterally attack China in all areas, short of actual military conflict. Until one side shows a clear supremacy over the other, the US-led proxy wars will continue for many years to come and naturally China will respond and retaliate in self-defence. We are likely to see sharp increases in military and research and development spending from both countries. See this week’s China on the Move for more.
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