Kolon TissueGene Hopes To Regain Credibility As Stock Trading Resumes
Shares Surge By Daily High
Following its decision to maintain a stock listing for SillaJen earlier this month, the Korea Exchange has done the same for Kolon TissueGene, which had faced delisting but has resumed trading amid decisive moves to improve its business.
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