Construction-based Eversendai Corp Bhd’s majority shareholder feels the company is undervalued and does not reflect the company’s true business potential and track record. Eversendai’s executive chairman and group managing director AK Nathan said that right now it is important to build up the base, build up the business. He also opined that the share price can not be suppressed for too long. However, construction stocks in Malaysia have been underperforming at the moment. Moreover, Eversendai’s lack of liquidity is also an issue in attracting fund managers to invest in the company.
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