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@milanka wrote:On 16th March there was a crossing of PAP 60,000,000 shares at 4.50 also in the past also I noticed few more crossings.
Anyway one concern is that we do not have any accounts to comment properly on the share. I am waiting to see who are the major 20 share holders.
@promode wrote:All Hydro Power Companies are BOI registered companies. First five years tax free. Next five years 10 %, after that 20 %. Loans payback Period usually 4-5 yrs. O & M cost very low. water is free. So they can easily maintain Higher pay-out ratio.
This buisness runs among large investors as Mr. KDDP,DSI,Hemas,Hayleys, Metropolitan and Asai Power (foreign). This buisness is depending on Natural resource, due to limited resources, expansion is slow and one day it will stop expanding.
What we need to figure out is why we need to keep such an incompetent (and corrupt too) people to decide the destiny of the land.@slstock wrote:Another sector that can be in controversy and crisis thanks to direct Govn involvement. We need to figure out what these agreements say to understand what will happen to capital invested for these private companies if Govn decides to go other way. Also will the big boys, Aitken, Hemas and Valible do nothing and wait?
BTW, the minister stating within 2 years private power is not needed
if this happens, the government would have to pay the capital invested by them in accordance with the agreement.
Private sector power per one kilowatt hour (Kwh) costs Rs. 19 to the CEB which sells it at a subsidized rate of Rs.13 to the public, thus incurring a loss of Rs. 27 billion, he said.
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