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Performance as at 11 May 2022
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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. Special COVID-19 Dividend of 20 sen per share for the financial year ended 31 May 2022 is deducted from NAV and share price as at 17th December 2021.  

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

The performance of Berhad for the period 19 Oct 2005 to 31 Dec 2016 has been independently verified. The performance for the period 1 Jan 2017 to 11 May 2022 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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Note from Publisher
The Thomas Cup is the world’s most prestigious men’s team badminton competition. In the tournament’s 73-year history, only 6 nations have taken home the gold. Malaysia and Indonesia dominated the game at first, winning the Cup 4 and 7 times respectively from its commencement in 1949 all the way until the 1970s. After China joined the competition in 1982, she became the game’s new force of nature. From the 1980s to the 2010s, the Thomas Cup was dominated by China and Indonesia, the two countries taking the crown 9 and 6 times respectively. It was only in recent years that Japan and Denmark joined the winner’s line-up.

India became the most recent champion of the Thomas Cup, beating the defending 14-time champion Indonesia 3-0 on 15 May. India’s achievement is certainly something to celebrate as a hallmark of the country’s tremendous capabilities, but it also serves as a painful reminder of Malaysia’s failure. Despite heavy government investment and the game’s popularity in the country, Malaysia has failed to win the Cup since 1992. Commonly cited reasons for our disappointing performance include a lack of determination, players’ inability to endure hardship and perform under pressure, and controversy-ridden management. The problems of Malaysia’s badminton team resemble those of the country.

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