If selling the company is not on the agenda, then why would they take money from the retained earnings? specially at a time when plantation stocks are struggling. If a company is struggling, every one would want to keep as much money as possible to make sure that the company doesn't run into cash flow problems. So could it be that they expect KGAL to perform well in future?
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