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Aptech gains 6% on dividend from China Venture

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Aptech has rallied 6% to Rs 97.30 after the company said it has received dividend of around Rs 50 crore from the China Venture.

"The company's wholly-owned subsidiary company has received the dividend from its of an amount of $11.2 million (equivalent to approx Rs 50.30 crore)," a mid-cap information technology company said in a filing to the stock exchanges.

The stock opened at Rs 96.05 and touched high of Rs 100 on the NSE. A combined 814,802 shares have changed hands on the counter till 1024 hours.

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Aptech gains 6% on dividend from China Venture

Aptech has rallied 6% to Rs 97.30 after the company said it has received dividend of around Rs 50 crore from the China Venture.

Aptech has rallied 6% to Rs 97.30 after the company said it has received dividend of around Rs 50 crore from the China Venture.

"The company\'s wholly-owned subsidiary company has received the dividend from its China Venture of an amount of $11.2 million (equivalent to approx Rs 50.30 crore)," a mid-cap information technology company said in a filing to the stock exchanges.

The stock opened at Rs 96.05 and touched high of Rs 100 on the NSE. A combined 814,802 shares have changed hands on the counter till 1024 hours.

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