Airway device maker LMA lists in Singapore
This article was originally published in Clinica
Dutch firm LMA International has become the first medical device company to list on the Singapore stock exchange. The manufacturer of airway management devices raised S$248m (US$150m) in its initial public offering, selling shares at S$0.88 each. The share price stood S$0.885 at close of trading on March 28.
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