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Sterling Progress Bhd Company Snapshot
Sterling Progress Bhd operates within the Computer and software stores sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Sterling Progress Bhd with three other electronics retailers in Asia: ZOA Corporation of Japan (2017 sales of 7.54 billion Japanese Yen [US$70.52 million] of which 100% was Personal Computers), FSBM Holdings Bhd (2.42 million Malaysian Ringgits [US$620,655.00 ] ), and SPVI Public Co Ltd which is based in Thailand (2.08 billion Thai Bahts [US$66.56 million] ).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended March of 2017, sales at Sterling Progress Bhd were 100.83 million Malaysian Ringgits (US$25.91 million). This is a sharp decrease of 46.8% versus 2016, when the company's sales were 189.46 million Malaysian Ringgits.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Sterling Progress Bhd
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (4/13/2018): .25
(Figures in Malaysian Ringgits)
1 Week 2.0%   13 Weeks -5.7%  
4 Weeks -15.3%   52 Weeks 22.0%  
Sterling Progress Bhd Key Data:
  Ticker: STERPRO Country: Malaysia
  Exchanges: KUL Major Industry: Retailing
    Sub Industry: Computer & Software Stores
  2017 Sales 100,826,000
(Year Ending Jan 2018).
Employees: N/A
  Currency: Malaysian Ringgits Market Cap: 71,573,746
  Fiscal Yr Ends: March Shares Outstanding: 286,294,982
  Share Type: Ordinary Closely Held Shares: 256,417,328
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