Asia Pacific Wire & Cable (APWC) drops 10.62% in Light Trading on January 14

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Asia Pacific Wire & Cable (NASDAQ: APWC) shares dropped 10.62%, or $0.19 per share, to close Friday at $1.78. After opening the day at $1.75, shares of Asia Pacific Wire & Cable fluctuated between $1.73 and $1.52. 28,727 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 29,914. Friday's activity brought Asia Pacific Wire & Cable’s market cap to $22,111,470.

About Asia Pacific Wire & Cable

AsiaPacific Wire & Cable Corporation is principally engaged in the manufacture and distribution of telecommunications (copper and fiber optic) and power cable and enameled wire in the Asia Pacific region, primarily in Thailand, China, Singapore and Australia. The Company manufactures and distributes its own wire and cable products and also distributes wire and cable products manufactured by its principal shareholder, Pacific Electric Wire & Cable Company, a Taiwanese company. The Company also provides project engineering services in the supply, delivery and installation ('SDI') of power cables to certain of its customers.

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